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Biostatistics

Biostatistics, also known as medical statistics, is central to the development and practice of modern medicine. Indeed, without biostatistical principles for the conduct of clinical trials and epidemiological studies, the pharmaceutical industry would not exist. Biostatistics has driven a great of novel statistical methodology over the past three decades, and top universities around the world have whole departments devoted to biostatistics. This is an area of critical skills shortage in Australia, and the School of Mathematical Sciences has one of the few strong biostatistical groups in this country.

ResearcherInterests
Gary GlonekBiostatistics, Epidemiology, Statistical computing, Bayesian analysis, Analysis of categorical data, Gene expression studies, Design and analysis of microarray and other experiments, Statistical data mining

Patty SolomonBiostatistics, Survival analysis, Clinical trials, Critical care medicine, Monitoring and assessing health outcomes, Epidemiology, Components of variance, Gene expression studies, Design and analysis of microarray and other experiments, Analysis of proteomic spectra, Gene and protein networks, Statistical data mining

Simon TukeBiostatistics, Statistical equivalence, Analysis of microarray data, Time course microarray experiments

Inge KochData mining, Analysis of multivariate and high-dimensional data