The Department of Biostatistics and Informatics is focused on teaching, research, and service regarding the proper design and analyses of biomedical and biological studies. Our faculty and staff apply research-based solutions to benefit Colorado and the world.
There are numerous opportunities for students to be involved in cutting edge research related to a range of diverse research topics. Recent news points out that “Big Data” is a field that is driving demand for statisticians:
At the Colorado School of Public Health, we offer
academic programs to prepare students for research in a variety of
methodological and collaborative areas, including cancer research, causal
inference, clinical trials, epidemiologic studies, genomics, health services, and
the Department of Biostatistics and Informatics, students can pursue three
graduate degrees: the MPH with a concentration in Applied Biostatistics, the Master
of Science in Applied Biostatistics, and the PhD in Applied Biostatistics. There is also a new MS Minor in Data Science Analytics and MS Minor in Statistical Genomics and Genetics. We invite you to join the almost 60 students who call our department their
academic home. Along with an outstanding learning experience, we promise
personal and individual attention to each student.
If you are a prospective student and want to visit our department, we would be
delighted to hear from you. Thank you for your interest in Biostatistics and
Informatics at the Colorado School of Public Health.