Our epidemiology faculty members employ many different avenues to discover, implement and disseminate novel methods that stand to improve the health of the public. They study a broad array of clinical and population-health issues; they move innovative findings from smaller-scale to larger clinical studies, including clinical trials and implementation studies. Their work uses rigorous scientific methods and a multidisciplinary approach to answer issues that affect the population locally, nationally and internationally.

The DBEI brings this work into close proximity and collaboration with cutting-edge research in biostatistics 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.


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