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She studied applied mathematics and economics as an undergrad, now PhD candidate Phuong Vu is developing statistical methods to effectively analyze air pollution data.

An undergraduate experience with Gardens for Health International spurred first-year PhD student Avi Kenny’s interest in global health.

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Tooth analysis suggests Neanderthals and modern humans split apart far earlier than we thought

Gizmodo
May 20, 2019
A new study of dental evidence suggests Neanderthals and humans diverged around 800,000 years ago—hundreds of thousands of years earlier than standard estimates. UW Biostatistics Research Professor Sharon Browning feels that the new paper relied too heavily on an extrapolation made from a single data point.
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Addressing statistical issues in AIDS research

UW School of Public Health
May 6, 2019
Biostatistics professor James Hughes and his team of Biostat co-investigators continue their critical work of developing innovative statistical methods for HIV/AIDS research.
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