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Doctoral students interested in statistical genetics can pursue that training through either the biostatistics PhD program or the human genetics PhD program. Within the biostatistics PhD program, statistical genetics students take the usual requirements for a biostatistical major but their electives are appropriately selected genetics courses. Students interested in statistical genetics should state that in their application.
A partial list of faculty with interest in statistical genetics
Department of Biostatistics
Yong Seok Park
Chien-Cheng (George) Tseng
Department of Human Genetics with secondary appointment in the Department of Biostatistics
Daniel E. Weeks
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Meet Lingyun Lyu, Pitt Biostats MS graduate and PhD candidate
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