Biostatistics

in the spotlight

Doctoral candidate Stephen Lauer was recently featured in a video on the website LabTV. “Biostatistics is really statistics for public health,” says Lauer. “I’ve always been somebody who looks to help others. I just never realized that I could do it with statistics,” he adds.

Leontine Alkema, Assistant Professor of Biostatistics, co-authors United Nations inter-agency group report on global maternal mortality in a study published in The Lancet. Alkema and colleagues revealed that there was an overall 44% decline during the period 1990-2015.

Parent Group: 
Public Health