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Congratulations to UW Biostat alum Joshua Keller (PhD,’16) and associate professor Adam Szpiro who served as first author and author, respectively, for “Measurement Error Correction for Predicted Spatiotemporal Air Pollution Exposures,” a paper that earned runner-up honors for the 2018 Kenneth Ro
The Department of Biostatistics announced in June that its highest honor given to a senior PhD student will now be known as the Thomas R.
About 20 students from the UW Seattle, Bothell and Tacoma campuses attended StatNorthwest, a free half-day conference designed to introduce students from historically underrepresented groups to career and advanced degree options in statistics and biostatistics.