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Headshots of Mary Lou Thompson and Elizabeth Thompson
Headshots of Mary Lou Thompson and Elizabeth Thompson
Emeritus biostatistics faculty earn international honors
Mary Lou Thompson, an emeritus research professor of biostatistics at the University of Washington School of Public Health, has received the 2022 Rob Kempton Award for Outstanding Contributions to the Development of Biometr
Amy Willis
Amy Willis
Biostatistics faculty Amy Willis awarded grant to study gut microbiome of people with high exposure to farm animals
An estimated 60% of known infectious diseases and up to 75% of emerging infectious diseases are zoonotic in origin, meaning the disease is transmitted from animals to humans.
Two student graduates in MS Capstone Program attending 2022 graduation event
Two student graduates in MS Capstone Program attending 2022 graduation event
Biostatistics celebrates graduating students
University of Washington Biostatistics students graduating in 2022 and 2021 were honored at a department graduation ceremony held on June 12, 2022.
Senior Student Award Recipients 2022
Senior Student Award Recipients 2022
Biostatistics senior student awards for 2022
Students recipients of UW Biostatistics senior awards for 2022 announced at graduation celebration June 12.
Yiqun Chen
Yiqun Chen
Yiqun Chen earns research paper award
Biostatistics student awarded a 2002 Student Research Award by the New England Statistical Society (NESS).
2022 SPH Excellence Award Recipients
2022 SPH Excellence Award Recipients
Biostatistics students, faculty, and staff honored at 2022 SPH Excellence Awards
Congratulations to the Department of Biostatistics recipients at the 2022 School of Public Health (SPH) Excellence Awards, an honor that recognizes exemplary staff, faculty and students for their dedication, service, and many contributions to the School.
Concept illustration representing worldwide counts of coronavirus cases
Concept illustration representing worldwide counts of coronavirus cases
Nearly 15 million died from COVID using estimates based on excess deaths
According to the World Health Organization (WHO) in a report published in May 2022, nearly 15 million died globally from COVID-19 in the first two years of
Ali Shojaie, Susan Shortreed, and Michael Wu
Ali Shojaie, Susan Shortreed, and Michael Wu
Biostatistics faculty named 2022 ASA fellows
Three University of Washington School of Public Health Biostatistics faculty members have been elected 2022 Fellows of the American Statistical Association (ASA).