Featured stories about UW Biostatistics people, research, and impact.
Ali Shojaie, professor and associate chair of biostatistics at the University of Washington School of Public Health, has been selected to receive the American Statistical Association’s
Highlights from the graduation event held March 18, 2022.
Researchers have unveiled new genetic tools that make it easier for authorities to identify and prosecute criminal organizations involved in ivory trafficking.
A look back at some highlights of UW Biostatistics community and member contributions and accomplishments during 2021.
A recent study suggests that dogs fed once a day have fewer physical health issues and better cognitive scores compared to dogs fed more frequently. Professor of Biostatistics Kathleen Kerr is the study's senior author and MS Capstone student Zihan Zheng is a co-author.
Four 2021 graduates from the Master of Science Capstone program met recently with current students to share information about their work and job search experience.
Announcing new mentor program that supplement's UW MS Capstone student opportunities.