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This innovative program provides a blend of programming know-how, high level statistics, and biomedical research methods. Students develop expertise in data analyses with medical and healthcare applications.

Mathematics and statistics rank among the highest paying and most in-demand careers. Biostatisticians not only employ commonly used statistics such as regression and analyses of variance, but they also use an array of fascinating statistics such as survival statistics and Bayesian statistics. This is an exciting way of bringing statistics to life.

Turning to SAS, this program provides practical skills in creating variables, entering data, and running analyses in SAS. SAS programmers can command salaries upwards of $80,000 per year right out of college. SAS is the program of choice for research in clinical trials, in medical and healthcare settings, and increasingly in business and market research. Internships and summer jobs in these areas require SAS expertise. While courses in C++, Python, and HTML are widely available, SAS programs for teens are a rarity, giving graduates of this program a competitive advantage.

Date: June 29 – July 3
Dana Hall – Wellesley, MA

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Jane Bybee received her PhD from Yale University. She completed a PostDoc at the Yale School of Medicine. She completed additional coursework in Biostatistics and Statistics for Clinical Trials at Boston College. She was a professor at Northeastern University and Suffolk University. She has employed SAS and published research in dozens of publications. She also taught Univariate Statistics and Multivariate Statistics at the graduate level for many years. She received Northeastern University’s highest teaching honor, the Excellence in Teacher Award.

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