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Specialties of Top PhD Programs (Statistics/Biostatistics)


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I am compiling a spreadsheet with the intended purpose of assisting those who are applying to PhD programs in statistics and/or biostatistics. At the moment, I am working on listing the specialties of each program. This can be as general as Theoretical vs. Applied or something more specific such as Longitudinal Data Analysis. I am going to do my own research on which schools have which specialties, but I would like to hear from this forum as well.

Of course, when the spreadsheet is completed, I would be more than happy to share it with the forum.

Here are the schools I am interested in:

Statistics

Stanford

Berkeley

Harvard

University of Chicago

University of Washington

Carnegie Mellon

Duke

NC State

Texas A&M

University of Pennsylvania

University of Wisconsin

University of Michigan

University of Minnesota

Iowa State University

Pennsylvania State

Columbia University

Cornell

Purdue

UNC

Ohio State

UCLA

University of Florida

UC Davis

University of Illinois - Urbana

University of Iowa

Biostatistics

Harvard

University of Washington

Johns Hopkins

UNC

University of Michigan

Berkeley

University of Minnesota

University of Wisconsin

UCLA

Columbia University

Thanks. Any help is appreciated.

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