Careers in Biostatistics

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Our Biostatistics Graduates impact public practice at the local, state, national and international levels

 

our graduates

  • Department Of Community Health
  • Academia
  • Centers for Disease Control
  • Private Industry
  • Global health organizations
  • National Institute of Health
  • Non-governmental organizations

 

  • Biostatisticians with advanced degrees can look forward to excellent career opportunities in government, industry, and academia.
  • The shortage of biostatisticians is noted in Objectives for the Nation and the Seventh Report to the President and Congress on the Status of Health Personnel in the United States an excellent article on how to prepare for a career in Biostatistics.
  • Biostatistians play essential roles in designing studies and analyzing data in any interdisciplinary research.
  • Biostatistians play essential roles in designing studies and analyzing data in any interdisciplinary research involving biomedical data.
  • They help formulate the scientific questions to be answered, determine the appropriate sampling techniques, coordinate data collection procedures, and carry out statistical analyses to answer those scientific questions.