Statistics

Katherine Hoffman

Discovering Biostatistics and Its Broad Applications

Katherine Hoffman, MS ’18

Katherine Hoffman was drawn to medicine and health care from a young age. When she realized that biostatistics would let her engage any other field in the health sciences, she decided to pursue it in graduate school and now loves to share the many ways a career in biostatistics can unfold. Read more

Stephen Salerno

Statistics Served with Love: A Family Passion for Nourishing the Community

Stephen Salerno, MS ’18

How does biostatistics keep doctoral student Stephen Salerno connected to his family’s passion for feeding people? He makes sure every research and volunteer experience is a chance to feed local and global communities with accessible data that helps alleviate and prevent health problems and health disparities. Read more

Hollie Kicinski

Analyst by Day, Anthropologist by Heart

Hollie Kicinski, MPH ’17

Anthropology showed her how the human body works in its environment. Nutritional Sciences taught her to interpret and apply data. Now Hollie Kicinski is bringing it all together to improve public health across the state of Indiana. Read more

Anton L.V. Avanceña

Modeling Better Public Policy

Anton L.V. Avanceña

Anton Avanceña grew up in the Philippines, where he witnessed the effects of limited resources on health care outcomes. Today, he is learning to use modeling and simulation techniques to create better public policy. Read more