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Section of Biostatistics – University of Copenhagen

The section conducts biostatistical research and development, participates in medical research projects and offers biostatistical advice to PhD students and staff in all disciplines of the Faculty of Health Sciences, to those engaged in experimental and clinical medicine, public health and odontology. The biostatistical research focuses on event history analysis, latent variable models, causal inference, diagnostic and predictive models, statistical computing, and epidemiological methods. The applied statistical collaboration covers all areas of medical research and ranges from short consultations to collaborative projects lasting several years.

The section teaches biostatistics within all of the programs of the Faculty: pregraduate teaching for students of medicine, dentistry, health informatics, health science, public health and human biology; teaching within the programme of Master of Public Health; and courses in the PhD programme of the Faculty, both for medical researchers and (courses as well as advising) for PhD students in biostatistics.

Read the section's Annual Reports here