Biostatisticians take mathematical findings of clinical trials or research data and translate it into information used to make public health decisions.

Where Can a biostatistician work?

Biostatisticians can work in settings such as laboratory or research facilities, hospitals, universities, pharmaceutical companies, insurance companies, and government agencies.

How do you become a biostatistician?

To become a Biostatistician it is recommended that you complete some level of postsecondary training to gain experience in the space. While some entry-level positions may be filled with a bachelor’s degree, most employers will require education through master’s or doctorate levels.

At Goodwin University, we offer Public Health degrees at bachelor and master’s levels. Start on your path to becoming a Biostatistician today.

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