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Biostatistics

Findings in biomedicine and public health should be supported by reliable evidence, not fiction or fashion. Mailman School biostatisticians know that research must take chance, variability, and uncertainty into account.

Message From the Chair 

“The big data era will prompt the development of new methods that are well suited for quantifying evidence, driving discovery, and enabling prediction from large-scale data.” Read More

Why Biostatistics?


MS Student Taylor Brackin describes how data can improve healthcare policy, practice, and population health. Watch Now

For Current Students

Find out about degree requirements, course descriptions, certificates, practicum information, financial aid, and other resources. Read More