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Third-year doctoral student Charles Wolock has been awarded the 2020 Donovan J. Thompson Award by the University of Washington Department of Biostatistics.
What Does It Mean If a Vaccine Is ‘Successful’?
Elizabeth “Betz” Halloran, professor of biostatistics, is quoted in this piece about pharma companies using different playbooks to test their Covid-19 shots, noting the first team to claim victory may not have the best formula.
The world needs efficient, speedy, and reliable evaluation of COVID-19 vaccine candidates, according to a recent article in the Lancet, but careful planning must be in place to counter the danger tha
Help us welcome two new members of our graduate program support staff, Hoshimi Tominari and Minh Vo.
UW Biostatistics graduate students took on interesting and challenging internships over the summer, despite workplace limitations due to COVID-19. One of the most valuable things they learned was the importance of strong communications skills.