Professor Stavroula Chrysanthopoulou Named Director of Master's Graduate Program

The Department of Biostatistics is very pleased to announce that Stavroula Chrysanthopoulou, Assistant Professor of Biostatistics, has agreed to accept the role of the Graduate Program Director of the Biostatistics Master's Graduate Program for the remainder of this academic year. Professor Chrysanthopoulou, who is also an alumnus of the Department, receiving her PhD in 2014, has acted in the capacity of Associate Director of the Master's Program for the past three years. During this time, she developed and initiated the successful Master's Journal Club and Career Development Series. She also teaches courses such as the popular half-credit series, Longitudinal Data Analysis and Multilevel Data Analysis.

In addition to Professor Chrysanthopoulou's commitment to the education and development of our students, she conducts research focused on complex predictive modeling, including microsimulation, agent-based and compartmental models for medical decision making. Professor Chrysanthopoulou also directs the efforts of the Center for Statistical Sciences' Statistical Consulting Unit.