Our Faculty are global leaders in developing and applying statistical and computational methods to HIV and infectious disease research, chronic diseases, environmental health research, neurology, cancer, and psychiatry.
Research scientists, associates, and fellows are a large part of our Department’s community, collaborating with faculty and other researchers to address the greatest challenges in public health today.
Our PhD students study the theory and practice of biostatistics and bioinformatics, training in the development of methodology, consulting, teaching, and collaboration on a broad spectrum of problems related to human health, genomics, and basic biology.
Our master’s students are pursuing degrees in Biostatistics, Computational Biology & Quantitative Genetics, and Health Data Science.
A wonderful group of dedicated professionals, our staff is an integral part of our success – continuously striving to move the Department forward and helping to ensure our people and programs thrive.