MS student Marlena Bannick always knew she wanted to work in a field where she could positively impact the health of populations, though she wasn't sure what the best fit would be. But once she took her first biostatistics course as an undergrad at UW, she was hooked.
Kelsey Grinde, a doctoral student in the Department of Biostatistics at the University of Washington School of Public Health, is a recipient of the inaugural Dorothy L. Simpson Leadership Award, presented by the Seattle Chapter of Achievement Rewards for College Scientists (ARCS) Foundation.
Congratulations to the four UW Biostatistics students who received honors at the 2018 WNAR student paper competition. WNAR is the Western North American Region (WNAR) of The International Biometric Society which sponsors an annual student paper competition as part of the organization’s annual scientific meeting.