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  1. Elementary Bayesian Biostatistics (Chapman & Hall/CRC Biostatistics) by Lemuel A. Moyé, 2007-07-27
  2. Biostatistics: The Bare Essentials, Second Edition (Biostatistics: The Bare Essentials) by Geoffrey R. Norman, David L. Streiner, 2000-07-15
  3. Clinical Trial Data Analysis Using R (Chapman & Hall/CRC Biostatistics Series) by Ding-Geng Chen, Karl E. Peace, 2010-12-16
  4. Student Solutions Manual for Pagano/Gauvreau's Principles of Biostatistics by Marcello Pagano, Kimberlee Gauvreau, 2001-04-12
  5. Biostatistics: Experimental Design and Statistical Inference by James F. Zolman, 1993-02-25
  6. Sample Size Calculations in Clinical Research, Second Edition (Chapman & Hall/CRC Biostatistics Series) by Shein-Chung Chow, Hansheng Wang, et all 2007-08-22
  7. Medical Biostatistics, Second Edition (Chapman & Hall/CRC Biostatistics Series) by Abhaya Indrayan, 2008-03-10
  8. Statistical Design andAnalysis of Stability Studies (Chapman & Hall/CRC Biostatistics Series) by Shein-Chung Chow, 2007-05-30
  9. Introductory Biostatistics for the Health Sciences: Modern Applications Including Bootstrap (Wiley Series in Probability and Statistics) by Michael R. Chernick, Robert H. Friis, 2003-03-17
  10. Biostatistics: Concepts and Applications for Biologists by Brian Williams, 1993-09-01
  11. Appleton and Lange's Review of Epidemiology and Biostatistics for the USMLE by Edward J. Hanrahan, Gangadhur Madupu, 1994-07-03
  12. Student Solutions Manual for D'Agostino/Sullivan/Beiser's Introductory Applied Biostatistics by Sr.Ralph D'Agostino, Lisa Sullivan, et all 2005-02-16
  13. Essentials of Biostatistics in Public Health Workbook by Lisa M. Sullivan, 2007-11-28
  14. Platinum Vignettes - Behavioral Science & Biostatistics: Ultra-High Yield Clinical Case Scenarios For USMLE Step 1 by Adam Brochert MD, 2003-04-11

61. UC Davis: Graduate Group In Biostatistics
Sep 3, 2010 OUTSTANDING GRADUATE TEACHING AWARD 2010 We are pleased to announce that biostatistics graduate student ERIN ESP was awarded an OGTA for
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  • OUTSTANDING GRADUATE TEACHING AWARD 2010: We are pleased to announce that Biostatistics graduate student ERIN ESP was awarded an OGTA for her excellence in teaching Statistics. Congratulations Erin! BST 290 Seminars: Please see the Statistics Department Seminar page for details of the Fall 2010 Seminars.
Welcome to the Graduate Group in Biostatistics!
Biostatistics is a field of science that applies quantitative methods to study life-sciences-related problems that arise in a broad array of fields, from genetics, bioinformatics, and the medical, biological, agricultural and environmental health sciences. The Graduate Group in Biostatistics offers both a Ph.D. and a Master's program. Our graduate programs provide students with a solid training in the biostatistical core disciplines and theory, state-of-the art knowledge and skills for biostatistical data analysis, substantial exposure to the biological and epidemiological sciences, and a strong background in theoretical modeling, statistical techniques and quantitative as well as computational methods.

62. Biostatistics - Texas A&M Health Science Center
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Skip breadcrumb navigation HSC SRPH Department of Epidemiology and Biostatistics ... Biostatistics In studies of public health, medical and biological sciences many problems are addressed by collecting and exploring relevant data. The development and application of techniques to better understand such data is the research focus of the Biostatistics Group. Current departmental statistical expertise is in biological processes, statistical genetics, survival and longitudinal data analysis, and statistical computing. Faculty members' research projects are supported by Federal and State grants. Prospective applicants to the graduate program may want to visit both the School of Rural Public Health and Department of Statistics web sites to gain information on the resources available to Biostatistics students in College Station. The Biostatistics Group is now recruiting for new faculty members for the academic year 2010. For more information contact: Samantha Payton Assistant to Department Head Phone: 979-845-5436 Fax: 979-458-1877

63. Rollins School Of Public Health At Emory University
Links to departments, associations, data, software, teaching resources.

64. Feinstein - Biostatistics
At the heart of basic and clinical biomedical research is the need to carefully gather data, analyze it and interpret it in order to validate the stated objectives of a

65. Intuitive Biostatistics
Harvey Motulsky, OUP (1995). Site for the book, with online extracts (PDF).
This page describes the first edition of Intuitive Biostatistics . A completely revised second edition is now available. Intuitive Biostatistics "The book's title suggests that he can make biostatistics intuitive for non-statisticians (e.g. physicians, clinicians and nurses). After reading through it he has made a believer out of me! He introduces concepts through examples and touches on most of the important statistical methods that are used in the medical literature. ... My usual concern with such books is that concepts are oversimplified and the presentation is too cook-bookish. Amazingly that is not the case here. Motulsky carefully explains concepts such as confidence intervals, p-values, multiple comparison issues, Bayesian thinking and Bayesian controversy in a way that should be understandable to his intended audience."
"I highly recommend this book for those needing a non-mathematical, explanatory introduction to biostatistics. It is well-written and provides wonderful clinical examples and biostatistical content...An excellent resource book for medical students and housestaff who are struggling along with the concepts; and for those of you who were wondering, it was surprisingly easy to read."
"This splendid book meets a major need in public health, medicine, and biomedical research training a user-friendly biostatistics text for non-mathematicians."

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Department of Epidemiology and biostatistics.

67. Career Overview - Biostatistics
Career Profile. biostatistics is the science that applies statistical theory and mathematical principals to

68. Biostatistics Faculty Profiles - Faculty & Research - UM SPH
Faculty Research. Faculty Profiles. BIOSTAT; EHS; EPID; HBHE; HMP; Faculty Research Projects. Research Centers Initiatives. Resources for Faculty. Faculty Staff Directory

69. CSUEB Catalog 2010-2011: Biostatistics (Graduate)
Department of Statistics and biostatistics College of Science Office North Science 229 Phone (510) 8853435
Biostatistics Department Information Program Description M.S. in Biostatistics Other Degree Requirements ... Graduate Courses Department Information
Department of Statistics and Biostatistics
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Phone: (510) 885-3435

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Julia A. Norton Ph.D. Harvard University
Bruce E. Trumbo, Ph.D. University of Chicago
Eric A. Suess (Chair), Ph.D. University of California, Davis
Associate Professor Mitchell R. Watnik, Ph.D. University of California, Davis Assistant Professors Lynn Eudey, Ph.D. University of California, Berkeley Shenghua (Kelly) Fan, Ph.D. University of Minnesota Joshua D. Kerr, Ph.D. University of California, Davis YanYan Zhou, Ph.D. University of Maryland Graduate Coordinators: Lynn Eudey, Eric A. Suess Please consult the 2011-2012 online catalog for any changes that may occur. Program Description The Department of Statistics and Biostatistics offers graduate study leading to the degree Master of Science in Biostatistics. The program is designed to serve the needs of students with varying backgrounds in Statistics, Biological Sciences, Public Health, Computer Science, Mathematics and other sciences. The program includes curriculum designed to prepare students to work in the pharmaceutical and biotech industries. All students are expected to master a wide variety of applied statistical and probabilistic techniques and the theoretical foundations on which these techniques rest. They are expected to be familiar with recent developments and to be able to use the statistical literature to learn new techniques and theories throughout their professional careers. In addition to the general requirements stated elsewhere in this catalog, a student must satisfy the departmental requirements stated in the following paragraphs.

70. Biostatistics (journal) - Wikipedia, The Free Encyclopedia
biostatistics is a peerreviewed scientific journal covering biostatistics, that is, statistics for biological and medical research. The journals that had cited biostatistics
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    71. BIOSTATISTICS/STATISTICS SITES - Compiled By Betty C. Jung
    biostatistics and Statistics Sites Resources on the Internet.
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    72. Biostatistics - HRP - Stanford University School Of Medicine
    Scientific work in biostatistics at Stanford began even before the School of Medicine moved to Palo Alto in 1959 in the person of Lincoln Moses, whose appointment was split
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    Division of Biostatistics
    Scientific work in biostatistics at Stanford began even before the School of Medicine moved to Palo Alto in 1959 in the person of Lincoln Moses, whose appointment was split between Community Medicine and the Department of Statistics in the School of Humanities and Sciences. Shortly after, Biostatistics became a Division of what was the Department of Community Medicine. Lincoln was joined soon by then recent Stanford Ph.D., the late Rupert G. Miller, Jr. He became Division Chief and also had an appointment split between the School of Medicine and Department of Statistics. They were joined by the late Byron Wm. (Bill) Brown, Jr. in 1968. He was entirely in the School of Medicine until his formal retirement in 1998; he was recalled to active duty until his death in late 2004. The faculty was completed for a period of years when it was joined by Bradley Efron, again with a split appointment. From the beginning the Division has been involved in the research activities of every clinical division in the School; many basic science departments, too; and in national efforts that involved biostatistics. These included but were not limited to the celebrated National Halothane Study in the 1960s, as well as the pioneering research of Kaplan, Rosenberg, Levy and colleagues, first into the treatment of Hodgkin's disease and later that of non-Hodgkin's lymphomas. As well, biostatistics was central to the development at Stanford of its celebrated efforts regarding heart transplantation and to the beginning and evolution of the Stanford Prevention Research Center, in all manner of research in pharmacology, and much else.

    73. UCLA Biostatistics
    Department of biostatistics
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    Department of Biostatistics, UCLA School of Public Health
    The UCLA Division of Biostatistics was established in the School of Public Health (SPH) in 1959 and awarded its first Ph.D. degree in 1963. The department was established to carry out the following goals:
    • Develop a graduate program to meet the demand for well-trained biostatisticians. Develop biostatistical research programs responsive to the scientific problems encountered in public health and biomedicine. Actively collaborate with investigators at UCLA and worldwide to solve global health problems.
    With over 25 faculty and 60 students, our department today is a leader in biostatistical training for academia, government and industry. UCLA is at the forefront of scientific research and policy issues in Public Health, Biology and Medicine. The Biostatistics department is centrally located in the UCLA "Center for Health Sciences", which facilitates collaborations among all health science departments including Public Health, Medicine, Nursing, Dentistry, the Neuropsychiatric Institute, Jonson Comprehensive Cancer Center, and the AIDS Institute. Faculty members collaborate with investigators in an extremely large number of diverse disciplines, and as a result biostatistics students have ample research opportunities. Our research programs in Bayesian methods, causal inference, genetics, hierarchical models, HIV/AIDS, longitudinal data analysis, phylogeny, survival analysis, and optimal design are well-respected nationally and internationally. We continue to grow in terms of our faculty, students and programs to meet current and future needs.

    74. Department Of Epidemiology & Biostatistics Home
    In an era of extraordinary advances in scientific knowledge and methods, epidemiology and biostatistics provide essential tools for understanding disease University of California, San Francisco School of Medicine UCSF Shortcuts About UCSF A-Z Web Listing Search UCSF Campus Directory Library In an era of extraordinary advances in scientific knowledge and methods, epidemiology and biostatistics provide essential tools for understanding disease etiology and for identifying effective and efficient approaches to prevention and treatment. Announcing the new PhD Program in Epidemiology and Translational Science . Click the 'Teaching' link to the left for more information. Robert Hiatt MD, PhD, Chair
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    75. Biostatistics At The Department Of Epidemiology & Biostatistics - ASPH - USC
    biostatistics at the Department for Epidemiology biostatistics Arnold School of Public Health - University of South Carolina

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    E: BIOSTATISTICS Our department consists of two divisions representing the disciplines biostatistics and epidemiology, and offers masters and doctoral degrees in each. The Master of Public Health (M.P.H.) degree is designed for experienced health professionals who wish to extend their analytic and investigative abilities. The Master of Science in Public Health (M.S.P.H.) degree is designed for those who wish to acquire skills necessary for doing research in public health. The Doctor of Philosophy (Ph.D.) is an advanced graduate degree for those who intend to pursue teaching and research careers. The major objective is to prepare an individual to develop and apply biostatistical principles and methods to public health problems. The Doctor of Public Health (Dr.P.H.) degree with concentration in Epidemiology and Biostatistics is an advanced degree for experienced health professionals. The major objectives are to prepare practicing professionals in the application of research methods and provide them with a broad knowledge base for solving public health problems. The Methodology and Biostatistics Collaborative Unit (BCU) which is part of the Health Sciences Research Core (HSRC) provides support for collaborative methodological work in Health Sciences.

    76. University Of California, San Francisco
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    77. AccessMedicine | Basic & Clinical Biostatistics, 4e
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    78. CCEB: Degree Programs In Biostatistics
    Degree Programs in biostatistics. The MS and PhD programs in biostatistics are designed to develop fundamental skills in the statistical sciences with an emphasis on
    Degree Programs in Biostatistics
    The MS and PhD programs in Biostatistics are designed to develop fundamental skills in the statistical sciences with an emphasis on applications in the health sciences. The programs integrate elements of epidemiology, biology and computing science, while maintaining the unique character and independence of statistics. These degree programs are offered in collaboration with the Statistics Department of the Wharton School . Many courses are taught jointly.
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    Manager, Graduate Studies in Biostatistics
    University of Pennsylvania School of Medicine
    Center for Clinical Epidemiology and Biostatistics (CCEB)
    615 Blockley Hall
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    Philadelphia, PA 19104-6021

    79. Biostatistics Department Tulane University SPHTM
    biostatistics is a branch of applied statistics and is concerned with developing and using techniques to summarize and analyze medical and biological data.

    80. The International Journal Of Biostatistics
    Aims and scope, editorial board, policies, and author instructions. Online archive with abstracts; full text available to subscribers.
    The Berkeley Electronic Press
    The International Journal of Biostatistics
    Nicholas P. Jewell , University of California, Berkeley Raymond Carroll James Robins , Harvard University Mark van der Laan , University of California, Berkeley
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