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Course Title Term(s) Credits Instructor(s)
BIOSTAT449 topics in biostatistics Winter 3 Staff
BIOSTAT502 application of regression analysis to public health studies Winter 3 Han, Peisong
BIOSTAT512 analyzing longitudinal and clustered data using statistical software Winter 3 Welch, Kathy
BIOSTAT522 biostatistical analysis for health-related studies Winter 3 Kim, Myra
BIOSTAT578 practical projects Fall, Winter, Spring, Spring-Summer, Summer 1-4 Staff
BIOSTAT602 biostatistical inference Winter 4 Sen, Ananda
BIOSTAT610 readings in biostatistics Fall, Winter 1-4
BIOSTAT617 theory and methods of sample design (soc 717 and stat 580 and survmeth 617) Winter 3 Elliot, Michael
BIOSTAT646 high throughput molecular genetic and epigenetic data analysis Winter 3 Sartor, Maureen; Tsoi, Alex;
BIOSTAT651 applied statistics ii: extensions for linear regression Winter 3 LI, Yun
BIOSTAT664 special topics in biostastics Fall, Winter 1-4 Jiang, Hui
BIOSTAT665 statistical population genetics Winter 3 Zoellner, Sebastian
BIOSTAT685 elements of nonparametric statistics Winter 3 Nan, Bin
BIOSTAT699 analysis of biostatistical investigations Winter 4 Mukherjee, Bhramar; Sanchez, Brisa; Braun, Thomas;
BIOSTAT800 seminar in biostatistics Fall, Winter 0.5 Han, Peisong
BIOSTAT802 advanced inference ii Winter 3 Song, Peter Xuekun
BIOSTAT820 readings in biostatistics Fall, Winter, Spring-Summer 1-4 Staff
BIOSTAT830 advanced topics in biostatistics Fall, Winter 1-4 Little, Roderick; Han, Peisong;
BIOSTAT875 advanced topics in survival analysis Winter 3 Nan, Bin
BIOSTAT880 statistical analysis with missing data Winter
Not offered 2017-2018
BIOSTAT885 nonparametric statistics Winter 3 Song, Peter Xuekun
BIOSTAT990 dissertation/pre-candidacy Fall, Winter, Spring-Summer 1-8 Staff
BIOSTAT995 dissertation research for doctorate in philosophy Fall, Winter, Spring-Summer 1-8 Staff