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Accepting Applications: Yale's Implementation Science and Prevention Methods Pathway in MS/PhD Biostatistics Programs
We hope you are doing well during this challenging time.
We are writing to inform you that Yale’s new pathway in Implementation and Prevention Science Methods for the MS and PhD degrees in Biostatistics (BIS)is now accepting applications through December 15. The standard biostatistics pathway for the MS and PhD remains, but this new pathway or specialization will now allow students with a strong interest in implementation and prevention science methods to systematically concentrate on this specialized field as they pursue their degree at Yale.
Although other institutions in the US and abroad offer various certificate programs, master’s programs, and at least one other PhD program in implementation science, Yale’s new pathway is the first degree program to provide rigorous training in implementation and prevention science methods, including training in the development of new methods to advance the field. Other programs, importantly but quite differently, focus on the practice of implementation science and are targeted to those with subject matter expertise (e.g., in mental health or cancer prevention). Yale’s new program, by contrast, targets those wishing to develop scholarly methodological expertise.
We invite you to read through the attached program flyer and use the following links to explore the curriculum for both the standard and implementation and prevention science methods pathways in biostatistics and further investigate these wonderful opportunities for biostatistics training and research at Yale.
Please share this message widely and encourage your students and colleagues to apply now. The application deadline is December 15.Current Yale MS and PhD students are also eligible to join this program.
And please write to us if you have any questions or suggestions.
Donna Spiegelman, Sc.D.
*Susan Dwight Bliss Professor of Biostatistics, Yale School of Public Health
*Director, Center on Methods for Implementation and Prevention Science (CMIPS), Yale School of Public Health
*Professor, Department of Statistics and Data Science, Yale University
*Director, Interdisciplinary Methods Core, Center for Interdisciplinary Research on AIDS, Yale School of Public Health
* Assistant Director, Global Oncology, Yale Cancer Center
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New Haven, CT 06510
Professor Emerita of Epidemiologic Methods
Departments of Epidemiology, Biostatistics, Nutrition and Global Health
Harvard T.H. Chan School of Public Health