A recent featured news story shared highlights from a Symposium in honor of the career of Victor De Gruttola, held on Friday, May 12. The format consisted of two panel discussions which focused on learning from global efforts to address pandemics and preparing the next generation of quantitative scientists. De Gruttola is known for his contributions to the development and application of statistical methods in HIV/AIDS research, including on estimating the risk that children of HIV-infected mothers would develop AIDS in the first 10 years of life. Throughout the symposium, colleagues and former students praised his influential work, supportive mentorship, and infectious curiosity about a wide variety of subjects.
Department of Biostatistics