The Graduate Program in Epidemiology and Biostatistics offers MSc and PhD degrees, with a field of study in either Epidemiology or Biostatistics.
Students are exposed to a full breadth of policy-relevant methodologies from the fields of epidemiology, biostatistics, health services research, health economics, genetic epidemiology, and program evaluation.
Please see our admissions requirements and application information pages for details on admissions eligibility and application procedures. For more information on our degrees, please visit the program information and program requirements pages.
Applications for September 2021 admission are now closed.
New Graduate Student Opportunities for September 2022 Admission will be posted on or after October 15, 2021.
For information on clusters of substantive expertise in research and commonly employed methodological approaches and disciplines for our department, please visit the Research Clusters page.
- Clemens, Kristin
- Donner, Allan
- Gutmanis, Iris
- Hachinski, Vladimir
- Hunter, Susan
- Klar, Neil
- Kothari, Anita
- Koval, John
- Prodger, Jessica
- Seabrook, Jamie
- Vingilis, Evelyn