The School of Public Health has launched the NextGen Scholars Program in Biostatistics. The program is designed to shape the next generation of scholars and professionals in biostatistics by providing full financial support for students from Historically Black Colleges and Universities to pursue a Master’s degree in Biostatistics at Brown.
Do you love problem solving? Do you love data? Do you seek to use your skills to make a difference in the world? Join us Wednesday, November 3rd, from 11:00am-12:30pm to learn about our biostatistics master's and doctoral programs! This is a great opportunity to meet and ask questions to department leadership, faculty, and current students. Discover how the Department of Biostatistics develops future leaders in public health!
Brown University-based Advance Clinical and Translational Research Program (Advance-CTR) received a second five-year, $19.9 million grant from the National Institute of General Medical Sciences to continue its work supporting clinical and translational research in Rhode Island. Advance-CTR is a partnership involving Brown, University of Rhode Island, Lifespan, Care New England, the VA Providence Healthcare System and the Rhode Island Quality Institute that began in 2016 and brings researchers and health care stakeholders together to collaborate and fund research projects to bring them from theory to actionable health care provided to those in need.
Brown University's School of Public Health Department of Biostatistics is very pleased to welcome one of our newest faculty members, Dr. Arman Oganisian, as Assistant Professor of Biostatistics. He received his PhD in Biostatistics from the University of Pennsylvania in 2021, where he was a member of the Center for Causal Inference and an Associate Fellow at the Leonard Davis Institute for Health Economics.
We are most pleased to welcome another of our newest faculty members, Youjin Lee, Manning Assistant Professor of Biostatistics at Brown University's School of Public Health's Department of Biostatistics.
Biostatistics researchers in the Brown School of Public Health together with collaborators across the University and around the country, have developed a new, non-invasive approach to assessing and forecasting a range of diseases, using digital imaging instead of a scalpel.