Biostatistics provides the essential analytical methods necessary for public health and medical research. Biostatisticians formulate scientific questions, plan and evaluate study designs, collect and interpret data, and managed procedures. Through a combination of statistics, probability, mathematics and computing skills, biostatisticians are a necessary component to all biomedical research. They ensure that research is on a solid statistical footing while improving health and reducing illness.
From new technologies and experiments to study designs, there are many new advances in biomedical research everyday. Datasets are exploding in size. Biostatisticians are needed to develop statistical methods for clinical trials, observational studies, longitudinal studies and genomics.
Join us at our next Data Science Symposium
Data Science for the 21st Century Academic Health Center: From Little to Big Data
The sheer volume of data generated at the Anschutz Medical Campus has the potential to massively transform health research as we know it. Connect with leaders from our campus as well as researchers from leading institutions such as Harvard, Duke and USC. Learn how organizations can become equipped to handle this data tsunami and thrive in an ever- changing environment.
Join us for a day of science while we explore the topic of 21st century data science in academic health research. Discussions will range from little to big data and include conversations around tools that will help our teams.