Exciting PhD Studentship Opportunity at MRC Biostatistics Unit

Would you like to do a PhD at the internationally renowned MRC Biostatistics Unit in Cambridge?

If so, we have a new opportunity working in stratified medicine with Dr Brian Tom starting January 2017

To find out more and to apply, please click here

What we do

Founded in 1913, we are one of the largest groups of biostatisticians in Europe and a major centre for training and knowledge transfer, with the mission 'to advance biomedical science and human health through the development, application and dissemination of statistical methods'.

We are part of the Cambridge Institute of Public Health.

Our researchers work across four major themes:

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New findings on older age as risk-factor for methadone-specific deaths

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New findings in Drug and Alcohol Dependence about older age as a risk-factor for methadone-specific deaths in Scotland have been published by a team of specialists in biostatistics, pharmacy, and addictions who were led by Professor Sheila M. Bird of the Medical Research Council’s Biostatistics Unit (BSU). Professor Bird said: “We studied a cohort of []

DREAM shadows: chasing down disease networks

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A community-based effort to assess the feasibility of using computational methods to piece together biological networks has shown that solutions to this puzzle may be coming into reach. The international study, presenting findings from a Heritage Provider Network (HPN)-supported DREAM challenge, is published in the journal Nature Methods. BSU's Dr Steven Hill is joint first []

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New paper by Matthieu Resche-Rigon & Ian White, on multiple imputation & missing multilevel data smm.sagepub.com/content/early…


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