Featured stories about UW Biostatistics people, research, and impact.
Retiring Professor of Biostatistics Barbara McKnight has always had a research interest in the causes of chronic disease, and in the statistical methods used to discover them.
A new study outlines a better way to treat chest-indrawing pneumonia in children that shortens treatment time, decreases the chance of antimicrobial resistance, and simplifies treatment options for healthcare providers.
The 2020 Biostatistics graduates were honored by family, friends, faculty, and staff during a virtual celebration ceremony on June 14.
Congratulations to our department student and staff honorees, recognized by the UW School of Public Health Excellence Awards for 2020.
Lurdes Inoue, the Gilbert S. Omenn Endowed Chair in Biostatistics, is among 32 University of Washington Latinx faculty members recognized for their achievements this year by the UW Latino Center for Health.
"Alex's creativity and dedication culminated in an outstanding thesis, and its publication is a fantastic achievement," says Paynter’s advisor Amy Willis, an assistant professor of biostatistics in the University of Washington School of Public Health and the paper’s co-author.
Bruce Weir, a professor of biostatistics at the University of Washington School of Public Health, recently received a $600,000 grant from the National Science Foundation (NSF) to support student scholarships for the Summer Institutes in St
Biostatisticians from the University of Washington School of Public Health are working with the Washington State Department of Health to use existing COVID-19 models to understand the pandemic in Washington state and to inform policy and decision making.