We turn data into actionable clinical knowledge

Massachusetts General Hospital (MGH) Biostatistics includes over 50 faculty and staff who are deeply embedded in collaborative statistical methods and applied biomedical research. We work in diverse domains across over 25 Divisions and Departments at MGH and beyond. Our mission is to engage in impactful trans-disciplinary collaborations involving quantitative methods in public health and biomedicine.  

News & Events

Inaugural MGH Biostatistics Student Research Symposium

This semester, we were very lucky to have the following students from the biostatistics department at Harvard T.H. Chan School of Public Health join us in several different collaborative and

Applied Biostatistics Seminar Series on Thu May 19: The essential role of early phase clinical trials in oncology (Alexia Iasonos, PhD)

Please join us for the next installment of the MGH Biostatistics Applied Biostatistics Seminar Series, a new seminar series designed to introduce researchers to intermediate topics that are highly relevant to

Applied Biostatistics Seminar Series on Apr. 15: Early Detection of Ovarian Cancer through Statistical Modeling of Longitudinal Biomarkers (Steven J. Skates, PhD)

Please join us for the next installment of the MGH Biostatistics Applied Biostatistics Seminar Series, a new seminar series designed to introduce researchers to intermediate topics that are highly relevant to

Applied Biostatistics Seminar Series on Mar. 18: Interval-Censored Failure Time Data (Kaitlyn Cook, PhD)

Please join us for the next installment of the MGH Biostatistics Applied Biostatistics Seminar Series, a new seminar series designed to introduce researchers to intermediate topics that are highly relevant to

Harvard Catalyst Journal Club on Mar. 2: Missing Data Challenges in EHR-Based Studies of COVID & Long COVID (Tanayott Thaweethai, PhD)

Tanayott Thaweethai, PhD will lead a journal club with Harvard Catalyst on Wed 3/2 from 1-2pm. Title: Missing Data Challenges in Electronic Health Records-Based Studies of COVID and Long COVID

Applied Biostatistics Seminar Series on Feb. 18: Neural Networks (Zoe Guan, PhD)

Please join us for the next installment of the MGH Biostatistics Applied Biostatistics Seminar Series, a new seminar series designed to introduce researchers to intermediate topics that are highly relevant

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Course Announcement: Basic Biostatistics for Clinical Research (Brian Healy, PhD)

Brian Healy, PhD will be teaching the course “Basic Biostatistics for Clinical Research” between Friday January 7 and Friday February 4, 2022. The course is sponsored by the MGH Division

Applied Biostatistics Seminar Series on Nov. 19: Semi-competing risks (Harrison Reeder)

Please join us for the inaugural seminar of the MGH Biostatistics Applied Biostatistics Seminar Series, a new seminar series designed to introduce researchers to intermediate topics that are highly relevant

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Mass General Brigham Researchers Selected by NIH to Study Long Term Effects of COVID-19 Infection

Researchers from Mass General Brigham have been selected by the National Institutes of Health (NIH) for an important research opportunity to help the country rapidly improve understanding of recovery after COVID-19 infection and to prevent and treat the long-term complications, collectively referred to as Post-Acute Sequelae of SARS-CoV-2 infection (PASC).