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Biostatistics and Biomathematics Program, Division of Public Health Sciences

Quantitative methods for the analysis of biomedical data

Mathematical and statistical methods for high-dimensional, functional and other structured data including proteomic, genomic, metabolomics and microbiome data (and their accompanying biological context such as networks or phylogenies).  The data may arise as vectors, functions/curves, images and possibly be collected longitudinally.  Projects and collaborations are directed toward studies for the discovery, study and/or validation of molecular markers of disease.

See also Dr. Randolph's bio page.