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BIOST students Jia and Liu win national ENAR distinguished paper award

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Congratulations to Yichen Jia (BIOST ’22, front-left) and Peng Liu (BIOST '16 '21, front-right), winners of the national ENAR Distinguished Paper Award. The two doctoral students will present their award-winning work at one of the country's largest professional gatherings of biostatisticians, the ENAR Spring Meeting in Nashville, March 22–25. Pitt Biostatistics students are consistently recognized among these top student researchers.  

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Shyamal Peddada

Welcome

The Department of Biostatistics is delighted to share with you the inaugural edition of our Pitt Biostatistics eNews that contains many exciting stories about our alumni, students, staff, faculty, and the department. You can find more information on our website, and we encourage you to reach out and get in touch!

2020 is kicking off with many exciting new initiatives! Our two new master’s concentrations are open for enrollment. Our alumni engagement is at an all-time high. And we have some exciting events planned for this year.

Currently, 61 students are enrolled in our master’s and PhD programs, and we have hired three outstanding new junior faculty members in the last year. Our students and faculty have won numerous awards and contributed several publications.

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— Shyamal D. Peddada, PhD, professor and chair


Upcoming Biostats Events

2/27  |  PITTSBURGH
Biostatistics Research Day 2020

3/22-25  |  NASHVILLE
ENAR Spring Meeting  
Look for us @ ENAR!

8/1-6  |  PHILADELPHIA
JSM 2020
The Joint Statistical Meetings

 


Share your stories!

Have an interesting experience with Pitt Biostats or an accomplishment you would like to share? We'd love to hear from you!  Contact Amber Haydo at biostat@pitt.edu or 412-648-9598.


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