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Biostatistics concerns the application of Statistics to the understanding of biological phenomena. This involves methodological and computational developments as well as applications on the design of biological experiments, data collection, and data analysis. The aims of Biostatistics are related to answering research questions associated with medicine, epidemiology, public health, and biology. This includes the application of several areas of Statistics such as: Design of Experiments, Clinical Trials, Survival Analysis, Causal Inference, Statistical Genetics, Medical Statistics, Statistical Inference, Machine Learning, and Bioinformatics, to name but a few.

Martina Mittlboeck, Medical University of Vienna, Austria.
Francisco Javier Rubio, King�s College London, UK.
  1. Rahim Alhamzawi, University of Al-Qadisiyah, Iraq.
  2. Nuno M Brites, ISEG/UL, Portugal.
  3. Ivan Diaz, NYU Langone Health, United States.
  4. Roman Gulati, Fred Hutchinson Cancer Research Center, United States.
  5. Hulya Kocyigit, University of Georgia, United States.
  6. Vladimir Kutsenko, Lomonosov Moscow State University, Russia.
  7. Cladnos Mapfumo, Stellenbosch university, South Africa.
  8. Harry Parr, The Institute of Cancer Research, United Kingdom.
  9. Gyanendra Pokharel, University of Winnipeg, Canada.
  10. Paul Rathouz, University of Texas at Austin, United States.
  11. Benjamin Risk, Emory University, United States.
  12. Maria Conceicao Serra, Minho Universitu, Portugal.
  13. Mahmoud Torabi, University of Manitoba, Canada.
  14. Wenkai Xu, University of Oxford, United Kingdom.