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Epidemiology and Biostatistics

Degrees


PhD of Epidemiology
The Ph.D. students are expected to graduate with knowledge and skills in the fields of epidemiology, teach it and attempt to develop the field's practical and theoretical aspects, carefully criticize studies for helping observation of scientific principles in research methods and data collection and analysis and act in the community's health and health researches, and obtain ability for active participation in the national health system by relying on epidemiologic thought and knowledge, gaining analysis and policy making ability, knowing ways of transferring research knowledge to planning and operational fields. This field is easily combined with other fields and there is a mutual tendency between experts of this field with experts in other fields for cooperation due to its applied nature
 
PhD of Biostatistics 
       
The Ph.D. program is designed to train biostatisticians who can develop innovative methods that can be utilized to solve problems in public health and biomedical sciences. In addition, graduates of the Ph.D. program will be prepared to apply statistical and epidemiological methods for the design and analysis of public health and biomedical research investigations. Finally, graduates of the Ph.D. program will be well suited to function as collaborators or team leaders on research projects in the biomedical and public health sciences

MSc of Epidemiology  

Graduates of M.Sc. in Epidemiology analyze the health data of society, and help to officials for analyzing the data and evidence-based decision-making, based on cost effectiveness. In this regard, they work to achieve equal and complete access of all parts of society to health care services through investigating contexts and causes of health inequality. By involving in clinical research studies, with regard to research standards, increase the quality of results and effective preventive strategies, and promote the medical science simultaneously

 
MSc of Biostatistics

The M.S. program trains students in theory of Biostatistics, planning, and data analysis of biomedical and public health issues, and is designed to take a minimum of two years to complete. The degree requirements and electives include biostatistics courses, statistics courses, and epidemiology or other health-related courses. The program graduates successfully compete for positions in research institutions, universities, government and other agencies 

     

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