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    Photos of six members of Biostatistics who received 2022 SPH Excellence award
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    Photos of six members of Biostatistics who received SPH Excellence Awards in 2022

    SPH EXCELLENCE AWARDS

    Congratulations to our 2022 recipients from Biostatistics

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    Concept images representing worldwide count of coronavirus cases

    Estimating COVID Deaths

    Professor Jonathan Wakefield’s work for WHO estimating excess deaths worldwide

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    Examination of skin lesion on back of patient in a clinic setting

    SKIN CANCER

    New research yields insight into skin cancer overdiagnosis

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    Ellen Graham
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    Ellen Graham

    Ellen Graham

    PhD student receives Gertrude M. Cox scholarship

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    UW Biostatistics MS Capstone Program graduating class of 2022
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    UW Biostatistics MS Capstone Program graduating class of 2022

    CLASS OF 2022

    Graduates in the Biostatistics MS Capstone Program recognized

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    Anand Hemmady
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    Anand Hemmady (mobile)

    PhD Student Profile

    A passion for math and a burgeoning interest in public health drew Anand Hemmady to UW Biostatistics

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    Ivory Trafficking

    New genetic tools found to identify and prosecute criminal organizations involved in ivory trafficking

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Ali Shojaie, Susan Shortreed, and Michael Wu
2022 ASA Fellows
Three faculty members elected 2022 Fellows of the American Statistical Association
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Modeling Covid Excess Mortality
Jon Wakefield played a key role in building the model used for the W.H.O. estimates discussed in this NY Times article
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Student research
MS Capstone students tackle significant real-world problems