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Statistics/Biostatistics PHD program reccomendations



Hello all,

I am a junior at a liberal arts college in Michigan double majoring in statistics and pure math. I currently have a 4.000 GPA and have taken three semesters of calculus, one semester of real analysis, advanced linear algebra, and two semesters of mathematical statistics on top of many courses in applied statistics. I have also completed one summer research internship and am starting a math research project in the fall. I am currently set on going into a PhD program directly after my undergrad. I am currently undecided on if I want to go into biostatistics or statistics, and am not entirely sure which schools I should be looking at. If anyone has any tips or recommendations on school/program types I would love to hear! Thank you.

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