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Courses: 2014-2015 Course Offerings

Summer 2014

Course Topic Instructor
563 Computing & Research Rice
579 Data Analysis Emond/McKnight/Yanez
590 Consulting Kerr

Autumn 2014

Course Topic Instructor
310 Biostatistics for the Health Sciences Hughes
503 Applied Stat for Health Sciences Mancl
511 Medical Biometry I Inoue
514/517 Biostat I/Applied Biostat I Kerr
536 Categorical Data for Epidemiology Emerson
551 Statistical Genetics II Thornton
561 Computational Tools for Biost Simon
570 Advanced Regression Methods: Independ Data McKnight
578 Special Topics: Stat Methods for Infectious Diseases Wakefield
579 Special Topics: Intro to R Leroux
580 Department Seminar Simon
581 StatGen Seminar Browning
582 Student Seminar Carone
590 Consulting Szpiro

Winter 2015

Course Topic Instructor
310 Biost for Health Sciences Magaret
502 Intro Stat Health Sci Mancl
512 Medical Biometry II TBD
515/518 Biostat II/Applied Biostat II Emerson
531 Missing Data Chan
537 Survival Data for Epidemiology May
562 Computational Tools for Biost Simon
571 Advanced Regression Methods: Depend Data Szpiro
578 Special Topics: Bioinformatics Gottardo
578 Special Topics: Modern Inference Carone
580 Department Seminar Simon
581 StatGen Seminar Weir
582 Student Seminar Kerr
590 Consulting Rice

Spring 2015

Course Topic Instructor
111 Lectures in Applied Stat Shojaie
302 Forensic Genetics Weir
513 Medical Biometry III McKnight
524 Design of Medical Studies Gilbert
527 Nonparametric Regression (Stat Dept)
529 Sample Survey Techniques TBD
533 Theory of Linear Models TBD
540 Correlated Data for Epidemiology Wakefield
550 Statistical Genetics I Stat Dept
572 Advanced Regression Methods: Project Witten
578 Special Topics: Bayesian Decision Analysis Inoue
578 Special Topics: Machine Learning Shojaie
579 Data Analysis Brumback
580 Department Seminar Simon
581 StatGen Seminar Thornton
582 Student Seminar Chan
590 Consulting Heagerty
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