Holly Janes, affiliate professor of biostatistics and a biostatistician at the Fred Hutchinson Cancer Research Center, is quoted in this article that answers frequently asked questions about large-scale vaccine efficacy studies.
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Associate Professor of Biostatistics Adam Szpiro is part of the team using a high-resolution model to study the impact that air pollution may have on cognitive decline and dementia.
The trick to delivering fast answers on vaccine safety and efficacy is to enroll large numbers of people, says Peter Gilbert, a biostatistician at the Fred Hutchinson Cancer Research Center and a UW research professor of biostatistics.
For nearly 50 years, a statistical omission tantamount to data falsification sat undiscovered in a critical study at the heart of regulating one of the most controversial and widely used pesticides in America. Lianne Sheppard, a professor of biostatistics and environmental health in the UW School of Public Health is the study’s lead author.
Lianne Sheppard, professor in UW Departments of Environmental & Occupational Health Sciences and in Biostatistics honored by fellow scientists and receives the Research Integrity Award from the International Society for Environmental Epidemiology.