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New York University: Division of Biostatistics

New York University is a large private university based in New York City, founded in 1831. The Division of Biostatistics is in the Department of Population Health within the NYU School of Medicine, located at 180 Madison Avenue, NY, NY.

PhD students prepare for a career in biostatistics by working closely with distinguished faculty within the division. In addition to coursework, students have opportunities to participate in cutting-edge biomedical research by working one-to-one with faculty on rotation projects.


Programs offered

We offer a PhD in Biostatistics.

Student body profile

Current PhD Student Demographics

  • 6 US White
  • 0 US African-American
  • 0 US Hispanic
  • 17 International
  • 23 Total

Roughly 65% of the PhD students are female.

We do not have an MS program.

Funding opportunities

Tuition is covered for all PhD students in our PhD program. Funding consists of a monthly stipend, tuition, and health insurance. NYU housing is also available. The School of Medicine at NYU covers the tuition for the first two years and after that, students are supported by grants through their faculty mentor advisors or other grant opportunities.

More information

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Contact for more information:

Thaddeus Tarpey