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Biostatistics and Medical Informatics Department Affiliations
with UW Madison School, Colleges and Departments

    School of Medicine and Public Health
   

UW School of Medicine and Public Health offers students, educators and researchers access to all of the benefits of a preeminent public research university. In addition, the school has strong partnerships with the University of Wisconsin Hospital and Clinics, whose programs are consistently ranked among the best in the nation; and the University of Wisconsin Medical Foundation, one of the ten largest physician practice groups in the country. These relationships afford students, teachers and researchers opportunities available only at top ranked academic medical centers.

    College of Letters and Science
      Department of Statistics
   

The Department of Statistics , located in the School of Letters and Science, was founded in 1960 by Professor George Box and has consistently been rated among the top 5 departments in the country. Naturally the faculty has grown, to 35 members plus visitors and nearly 100 graduate students. Nearly half the faculty have joint appointments in another department or school. Faculty interests cover a broad range including foundations of statistical theory, experimental design, time series, linear models, survival analysis, statistical computing, and sample survey. With these diverse and rich faculty research interests, the Department offers a variety of training programs including: Mathematical Statistics, Biostatistics, Biometry, and Industrial Quality and Productivity Improvement.

      Computer Sciences Department
   

Also located in the School of Letters and Science, the Department of Computer Sciences consistently ranks among the top ten computer sciences departments in the country. The Department has over 50 faculty members and over 180 graduate students. Faculty research areas include artificial intelligence, computational biology, database systems, computer architecture and VLSI, mathematical programming, numerical analysis, operating systems, programming languages and compilers, and theory of computing. Both Master's and PhD programs are available in these areas of study as well.

      College of Agriculture and Life Sciences
      Department of Animal Sciences
     

Laboratory of Genetics

      School of Business
      College of Engineering
      School of Education
      School of Nursing
      School of Pharmacy
      School of Veterinary Medicine
     
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