Members of the biostatistics faculty lead research that develops novel statistical-methods approaches to meet complex data challenges across many domains. They design and conduct national, multi-center clinical trials and direct clinical-research networks. They contribute as team scientists to biomedical, behavioral, clinical and translational research across many disciplines, in a wide array of studies within the Center for Clinical Epidemiology and Biostatistics, in various schools at Penn, and nationally—interpreting the data and drawing accurate inferences from the findings.

The DBEI brings their work into close proximity and collaboration with cutting-edge research in epidemiology and informatics. We invite you to explore their latest publications focused on methods and basic science here.

Find their latest applied and team-science work on the website of the Center for Clinical Epidemiology and Biostatistics.

Read in depth about the work of the biostatistics faculty and more, on the biostatistics research website


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