The Biostatistics/Epidemiology Training Grants in AIDS prepares graduate students and postdoctoral fellows for biostatistical and epidemiological research directed against the HIV epidemic.
The Big Data Training Grant trains students in statistical and computing methods that can be applied to the analysis of large-scale data in health and biomedical research.
The mission of the Training Grant in Quantitative Sciences for Cancer Research is to provide trainees with a deep interdisciplinary experience that will enable them to contribute, through quantitative science skills, to progress in cancer research.
The Training Program in Environmental Health Statistics prepares pre-doctoral and postdoctoral fellows for research careers in the application of biostatistics to environmental health.
This grants seeks to train the next generation of quantitative genomic scientists to have a strong understanding of cutting edge methodological and collaborative research in statistical genetics/genomics and bioinformatics/computational biology with applications in genetic epidemiology, molecular biology and genomic medicine.