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About the Division of Biostatistics

The Division of Biostatistics provides an academic home for the conduct of methodological research and graduate level teaching in biostatistics. Strong methodological expertise in biostatistics is essential both for the development of efficient study designs and for the development and application of state of the art techniques for data analysis in Population Health Science research.

PhD Training in Biostatistics

The Division of Biostatistics is pleased to solicit applications for the Ph.D. program in Population Health Sciences with an emphasis in Biostatistics. The biostatistics training in this PhD program is interdisciplinary, distinguished by its rigorous training and practical collaboration. In this program, students will develop essential expertise in theory and methods in biostatistics. Students will have opportunities to not only work with Biostatistics faculty in development of statistical theory and methods, but also collaborate with health systems researchers, translational epidemiologists, and clinical and basic science investigators across the University of Utah and around the globe. We aim to train the next generation of biostatisticians with skills needed to analyze complex biomedical data in the Big Data era, and academic leaders who are committed to improving patient and population-oriented care.

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Hear from PhD Alumni about the Biostatistics Emphasis

Daniel Scharfstein, ScD

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Biostatistics Faculty

Jonathan Chipman, PhD

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Tom H. Greene, PhD

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Daniel O. Scharfstein, MS, ScD

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Jincheng Shen, PhD

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Xuan Wang, PhD

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Yizhen Xu, PhD

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Yue Zhang, PhD

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