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Course Description: BIOST 546 Machine Learning for Biomedical and Public Health Big Data (3) Provides an introduction to statistical learning for biomedical and public health data. Intended for graduate students in SPH/SOM.
Supervisor: Eardi Lila% FTE: 25% FTELocation: University of WashingtonClosing Date:
Course Description: BIOST 310: Biostatistics for the Health Sciences (4) - Introduction to statistics for students who plan to major in health sciences.
Supervisor: Allison Meisner% FTE: 50% or 25% FTELocation: University of WashingtonClosing Date:
Course Description:  BIOST 523 Statistical Inference for Biometry II (4) This is the second in a two-course sequence that introduces the theory of statistical inference that provides foundations to common biostatistical methods.
Supervisor: Noah Simon% FTE: 25% FTELocation: University of WashingtonClosing Date:
Course Description: BIOST 557 Applied Statistics and Experimental Design (5) Inferential statistical methods for discrete and continuous random variables including tests for difference in means and proportions; linear and logistic re
Supervisor: Katherine Wilson% FTE: 50% or 25% FTELocation: University of WashingtonClosing Date:
Course Description: BIOST 515 Biostatistics II (4) Introduction to linear models; multiple regression, correlation; residual analysis; dummy variables; analysis of covariance; one-, two-way analysis of variance; randomized blocks; fi
Supervisor: Amy Willis% FTE: 50% or 25% FTELocation: University of WashingtonClosing Date:
Course Description: BIOST 512 Medical Biometry II (4) Multiple regression, analysis of covariance, and an introduction to one-way and two-way analyses of variance: including assumptions, transformations, outlier detection, dummy vari
Supervisor: Gary Chan% FTE: 50% or 25% FTELocation: University of WashingtonClosing Date:
The Collaborative Health Studies Coordinating Center (CHSCC) is a non-profit, academic organization with over 20 years of experience running multi-site epidemiologic studies and clinical trials.
% FTE: 100Location: Seattle - Sand PointClosing Date: open until filled