Biostatistics Faculty and Research
Biostatistics faculty and students are conducting cutting-edge research in bioinformatics, imaging, longitudinal data, missing data, survival analysis, statistical genetics, and many other areas.
We are involved in a wide range of collaborative research activities with faculty in the schools of public health, medicine, nursing, dentistry, and the U-M Institute for Social Research, among others. Both our methodological and collaborative research are well-funded through grants from the National Institutes of Health and other government and private agencies.
Biostatistics faculty are conducting cutting-edge research on the major issues affecting public health.
Current research being conducted by the Department of Biostatistics can be viewed by statistical method or application areas. Explore our full listings.
Members of the Biostatistics Department are providing statistical expertise for the design and analysis of multidisciplinary research projects as well as multi-center clinical trials.
This page highlights the professional and community service work done by members of Michigan Biostats with the goal of fostering collaboration and shared service work both within and outside of the department.
Select a faculty member to see a list of his or her publications, Co-authors, and journals in which these publications most frequently appear.
Job Opportunities for Faculty
See current open faculty positions in the Biostatistics department.