Featured stories about UW Biostatistics people, research, and impact.
The 2021 Biostatistics Graduation Celebration, held June 13, honored graduates for their grit and determination in completing a degree under unusually difficult circumstances.
Congratulations to Department of Biostatistics members honored with 2021 School of Public Health (SPH) Excellence Awards. Recipients were honored publicly by the School in a congratulatory video.
PhD student Subodh Selukar received a Thomas C. Chamlers Student Scholarship from the Society for Clinical Trials (SCT). He was one of three scholarship finalists invited to present at SCT’s annual conference in May, where his presentation earned him the $500 award for best paper.
Professor of Biostatistics and Statistics Jon Wakefield and biostatistics PhD student Serge Aleshin-Guendel developed a model to estimate global excess mortality that reflects the true COVID-19 death toll.
A group of graduate students with ties to Mexico came together in an effort to help people in that country understand its confusing COVID-19 detection program and formed an initiative committed to explaining complex scientific issues in everyday language.
Biostatistics alumni Yingye Zheng (MS’ ‘99, PhD’ 02) and Thomas M. Braun (MS ’96, PhD ’99) have been elected fellows of the American Statistical Association (ASA).
Nina Galanter, a doctoral student in biostatistics at the University of Washington School of Public Health, is the recipient of a 2021 National Science Foundation (NSF) Graduate Research Fellowship.
Statistical model developed by University of Washington team for United Nations (UN) identifies local areas in sub-Saharan Africa and Southern Asia where additional resources may be needed to mitigate high under-five mortality.