JSM Student Paper Competition Winner

PhD Student Georgia Papadogeorgou has been selected as one of the winners of the 2016 JSM Student Paper Competition for her paper Towards Adjustment for Completely Unobserved Confounding.   As part of … Continue reading “JSM Student Paper Competition Winner”

Cory Zigler’s R01 Funded

Congratulations to Assistant Professor Cory Zigler, who’s R01 was recently funded!  The title of the grant is Causal Inference with Interference for Evaluating Air Quality Policies. Cory’s co-investigators include Francesca Dominici, … Continue reading “Cory Zigler’s R01 Funded”

New Faculty Grants

Christoph Lange received a grant from the Alzheimer’s Disease Research Foundation to develop analytical and statistical tools for sequence analysis for Alzheimer’s disease. Brent Coull received an NIH Conference Grant “Workshop for Junior Biostatisticians … Continue reading “New Faculty Grants”

New Microbiome Initiative Data Center

Associate Professor Curtis Huttenhower recently received two new research grants.  A two-year NIH R21 entitled “Staphylococcus Aureus Carriage and the Nasal Microbiome” will characterize the associations between S. Aureas and the predominant members … Continue reading “New Microbiome Initiative Data Center”

New EPA-Funded Research Center

Professor Francesca Dominici, Professor Brent Coull, and Assistant Professor Cory Zigler play key roles within a new EPA-funded research center, “Regional Air Pollution Mixtures: The Past and Future Impact of Emission Controls and Climate … Continue reading “New EPA-Funded Research Center”

Faculty Awards in 2015

 Professor Franziska Michor won a 2015 Vilcek Prize for Creative Promise in Biomedical Science. Michor was chosen for her research that fuses evolutionary biology, mathematics, and clinical research toward a … Continue reading “Faculty Awards in 2015”

New Grants – Curtis Huttenhower

Associate Professor Curtis Huttenhower recently received two research grants.  A two-year NIH R21 entitled “Staphylococcus Aureus Carriage and the Nasal Microbiome” will characterize the associations between S. Aureas and the … Continue reading “New Grants – Curtis Huttenhower”