College of Graduate Studies
Faculty members in the Biostatistics Division have expertise in such areas as categorical, longitudinal, multivariate, survival, recurrent events, multiple outcomes and Bayesian biostatistical methods. They direct various clinical trials and health related studies and develop innovative models and methods for efficient and informative data analysis via incorporating available scientific knowledge from the biological and clinical area of the application. Our experienced team of biostatistics faculty members provides biostatistical collaboration to basic scientists, and to health services and clinical researchers regarding the design, feasibility and scope of a study, the appropriate tools for data analysis, the correct methods of data collection and archiving, and the reporting and interpretation of the results of a study. Their clinical areas of interest and fields of application include diverse clinical subjects as cancer, Parkinson's disease, cardiovascular disease, AIDS, aging and Alzheimer's disease , oral health, neurology and mental health.