University of michigan biostatistics

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Bhramar Mukherjee, PhD Chair of Biostatistics, University of Michigan, will give a colloquium and a career talk on April 15th. Using Electronic Health Records to Address Outcome Misclassification and Selection Bias in Association Studies… “Department Colloquium & Career Chat with Bhramar Mukherjee – 4/15” continues to be read.
Dr. Roderick J. Little, the Richard D. Remington Distinguished University Professor of Biostatistics at the University of Michigan, has been selected as the recipient of the 2020… Continue reading “Mr. Roderick Little, 2020 Recipient of the Marvin Zelen Leadership Award in Statistical Science – 12/10”
F. DuBois Bowman, PhD, Yerby Diversity Lecture in Public Health, Thursday, December 3, 1:00 – 2:00 p.m. “Public Health Leadership’s Critical Role in Addressing Firearm Safety and… “Yerby Diversity Lecture in Public Health with F. DuBois Bowman – 12/3” continues to be read.
REGISTER BY THE 16TH OF SEPTEMBER The subject of this year’s Marvin Zelen Symposium is the year itself — 2020. This new decade’s first year brings with it… Continue reading “Data Science 2020 – The Marvin Zelen Symposium Registration”

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The Department of Biostatistics at the University of Michigan was established in August 1949 as the Department of Public Health Statistics, then as the Department of Biostatistics in 1960. It offers graduate programs in Biostatistics and conducts biostatistical and collaborative research in health-related areas. Image analysis, survival and case history analysis, predictive genetics and bioinformatics, clinical trials, Bayesian methods, statistical computation, longitudinal data analysis, methods for missing data, and survey research are among the important new fields of biostatistics methodological research that faculty and students are working on. See http://www.sph.umich.edu/biostat/ for more information.
Faculty from the school of public health, pharmacy, nursing, dentistry, and the center for social science, among others, collaborate closely with the Department. The National Institutes of Health and other government and private entities provide generous funding for methodological and collaborative research.
Master of Science in Clinical Research Design and Data Analysis: the department provides an On Job/On Campus Master’s in Clinical Research Design and Data Analysis in addition to conventional graduate programs. This non-residential program is for those who want to get a master’s degree in clinical science but don’t want to live in a dormitory.

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This application is for the continuation of a cancer biostatistics training program that started in 2002 with four pre-doctoral students. The demand for well-trained statistical scientists in biomedical research is enormous, and the number of graduates provided by biostatistics departments across the United States is insufficient to meet it.
Project Objectives The project’s aim is to train four pre-doctoral researchers in cancer biostatistics. The trainees would come from the University of Michigan’s departments of biostatistics and epidemiology. 17 Primary Faculty from the departments of Biostatistics and Epidemiology, as well as 13 Supporting Faculty from the University of Michigan Comprehensive Cancer Center, will mentor the trainees. A variety of mechanisms will be used to carry out the preparation. Students will learn about cancer science through course work, mentored involvement in cancer programs at the Cancer Center, and participation in conferences while pursuing their primary degree. Trainees will write a PhD thesis on cancer. A Cancer-Biostatistics conference, a journal club, laboratory visits, a bi-annual retreat, and meetings with visitors are among the program’s specific activities.

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Bayesian methods, causal inference, high-dimensional statistics, machine learning, mediation, missing data, sample survey, collection, and shrinkage methods are all useful. This is a two-year position with a third year possibility. Benefits and pay are competitive. Applications will be reviewed immediately and will continue until the vacancy is filled. The University of Michigan is an equal opportunity/affirmative action workplace. Women and minorities are welcome to apply, and they are strongly encouraged to do so.