Congratulations to Professor Lorin Crawford who has been named by The Root among the 100 most influential and prominent members of the African American community! Professor Crawford is being recognized as “an up-and-coming researcher…. developing statistical models to help scientists better understand genetic disorders.”
Welcome to Brown University's School of Public Health Department of Biostatistics. Biostatistics is a highly dynamic and rapidly expanding field of study. By developing new quantitative methods and making innovative applications to substantive and demanding scientific problems, biostatisticians play a central role in the advancement of biomedical and biotechnology and in public health research. Demand for advanced expertise in biostatistics continues to be high in academia and in the public and private sectors. Brown University's Department of Biostatistics educates and trains our future biostatisticians.