Welcome to the Graduate Group in Biostatistics!
Biostatistics is a field of science that applies quantitative methods to study life-sciences-related problems that arise in a broad array of fields, from genetics, bioinformatics, and the medical, biological, agricultural and environmental health sciences.
Graduate Degrees in Biostatistics
The Graduate Group in Biostatistics offers both a Ph.D. and a Master's program. Our graduate programs provide students with a solid training in the biostatistical core disciplines and theory, state-of-the art knowledge and skills for biostatistical data analysis, substantial exposure to the biological and epidemiological sciences, and a strong background in theoretical modeling, statistical techniques and quantitative as well as computational methods. Our Ph.D. program typically takes five years to complete, while our Master's program takes two years.
The Graduate Group in Biostatistics at UC Davis is committed to Inclusive Excellence through a supportive, diverse and collaborative environment in which we learn from each other through informed and open communication and unparalleled commitment to excellence in diversity and inclusion.
How to find us:
Graduate Group in Biostatistics
Mathematical Sciences Building 4118
University of California, Davis
One Shields Avenue
Davis, CA 95616
Tel: (530) 692-5194
Fax: (530) 752-7099
BST 290 Seminars Winter 2017
TUESDAYS, 12:10pm-1:00pm, MSB 1147
For the Winter 2017 quarter, the BST 290 Seminar Series is presented in a new format. Please visit the BST 290 Seminar page for the syllabus for this quarter.
BST Seminar: Charles B. Hall
Tuesday Feb 14, 2017, 12pm-1pm, @MSB-1147
Speaker: Charles B. Hall, Albert Einstein College of Medicine
Title: “Incidence and latency of aerodigestive conditions and cancers in World Trade Center rescue/recovery workers -- methods and outcomes” - ABSTRACT
Announcement: New Graduate Group Chair
We are pleased to announce that Kyoungmi Kim has been appointed as the new Chair of the Biostatistics Graduate Group. Prof. Kim is Associate Professor in the Dept of Public Health Sciences and is appointed for a three year term.
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