About EPI-BIO

Division of Epidemiology and Biostatistics

The division of Epidemiology and Biostatistics (EPI-BIO) comprises two separate teaching programs in the School of Public Health (SPH).

Epidemiology, the basic science of public health, studies the distribution and determinants of disease and other health-related events. Epidemiologic methods help us establish links between risk factors and disease, clarify disease distributions, elucidate the natural history of diseases, assess the effectiveness of public health interventions, and evaluate the use of health resources.

Biostatistics refers the development and application of statistical methods in biology, medicine, public health, and other life sciences. Such methods allow us to better characterize public health problems, and to draw important inferences about them. Along with designing studies, students learn how to manage, analyze, and interpret data in a way that illuminates the complexities of public health.

EPI-BIO offers a wide range of degrees, helping students gain professional expertise while honing their research skills. Learn more about our degree requirements and objectives:

Epidemiology Degrees

Biostatistics Degrees

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