biostatz1234 Posted September 8, 2015 Share Posted September 8, 2015 (edited) Hello,I am thinking of applying to PhD programs in biostatistics, specifically BU, UNC and Harvard MS but don't know what programs would be more appropriate to my application.Any help would be greatly appreciatedMy profile is as follows:Undergrad Institution: top public research instituteMajor(s): Mathematics , Public HealthGPA in Major: 3.8Overall GPA: 3.72GRE Scores (revised version):Q: 160 (80%)V: 150AW: 3.5retaking in oct.Research Experience: Completed a capstone thesis as a part of the University Honors program, where statistical analysis was the basis of the research and SAS programing Also completed an independent study with a professor.Awards/Honors/Recognitions: cum laude, honors college great distinction (A on thesis)Programming: SAS( inc. Macros), R, Java, MatlabPertinent Activities or Jobs: 1 year TA for a public health course, 4 years intern at a health study (sas programmer), 1 year employment at a biopharma (DM), SIBS student Letters of Recommendation: have 2 biostat/epi professors, 1 health study researcher program headStats Courses taken: Probability, regression analysis, grad biostatistics, hypothesis testing,/design of experients , analysis of varianceProof-based courses: Real Analysis, Abstract Algebra, Mathematical Statistics (1,2,3)Other courses: Linear Algebra (2 years) epidemiology, chemistry, Edited September 8, 2015 by biostatz1234 Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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