Biostatisticians

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The MEB Biostatistics Group consists of ~40 biostatisticians, including four professors and a number of senior lecturers, postdocs, applied biostatisticians and PhD students and is involved in a wide variety of research projects, including population-based cohort and case-control studies, twin and family studies, survival analyses, predictive modeling, molecular and genetic epidemiology, bioinformatics and high-throughput data analyses. We collaborate extensively with Swedish and international research groups; we do not, however, provide any statistical consulting service. The group teaches a range of biostatistics courses at both undergraduate and graduate levels.

Abrahamsson, Linda  
Andersson, Therese  
Bellocco, Rino  
Bower, Hannah  
Calza, Stefano  
Clements, Mark  
Dahlqwist, Elisabeth  
Debonneville, Sophie  
Deng, Wenjiang  
Dickman, Paul  
Eklund, Martin  
Franko, Mikael  
Gabriel, Erin  
Ganna, Andrea  
Grotta, Alessandra  
Hao, Shuang  
Humphreys, Keith  
Isheden, Gabriel  
Jansson, Marie  
Johansson, Anna  
Karlsson, Andreas  
Karlsson, Robert  
Kuja-Halkola, Ralf  
Lambert, Paul  
Liu, Shengxin  
Liu, Xingrong  
Lundholm, Cecilia  
Mariosa, Daniela  
Ndiaye, Aminata  
Ning, Zheng  
Olsson, Henrik  
Palmgren, Juni  
Palsdottir, Thorgerdur  
Pawitan, Yudi  
Ploner, Alex  
Rantalainen, Mattias  
Reilly, Marie  
Sandin, Sven  
Shen, Xia  
Sjölander, Arvid  
Strandberg, Rickard  
Ström, Peter  
Szwajda, Agnieszka  
Trevisan, Marco  
Vu, Nghia  
Wan, Yunzhang  
Wang, Chen  
Weibull, Caroline  
Winell, Henric  
Yin, Li  

 

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