A biostatistician is someone who uses mathematics and statistics to develop methods for study designs and data analysis to advance scientific knowledge in biology, biomedical science and public health, with the ultimate goal of improving human health. Biostatisticians also collaborate with biomedical and public health scientists to design research studies, perform the statistical analyses and draw pertinent information to address research hypotheses, using the evidence gathered from the data.
Biostatistics is the ideal career path for people who like math and want an exciting career solving real world problems! Learn more about what biostatisticians do by watching this video.
Small Class Sizes • High Faculty-to-Student Ratio • Individualized Personal Attention
Perfect balance of statistical theory and bio-focused applications
Opportunity to collaborate with researchers in Allied Health, Dentistry, Medicine, Nursing, and more
Participation at outstanding research centers such as the Cancer Center, Center for Biotechnology and Genomic Medicine, Georgia Prevention Institute, Institute of Public and Preventive Health, Sickle Cell Center