UW awarded NIH grant for training in advanced data analytics for behavioral and social sciences

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The University of Washington’s Center for Studies in Demography & Ecology, or CSDE, along with partners in the Center for Statistics and the Social Sciences and the eScience Institute, is among eight awardees across the country selected to develop training programs in advanced data analytics for population health through the National Institutes of Health’s Office of Behavioral and Social Sciences Research...

The inaugural cohort will begin the program in October and is composed of graduate students Ian Kennedy, Neal Marquez and Crystal Yu, all in sociology; Emily Pollock in anthropology; and Aja Sutton in geography.

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