Current Students

Teaching Requirement: All doctoral students beginning in Fall 2016 or later are required to work as a Teaching Assistant or Co-Instructor for a Biostatistics course for at least one semester during the doctoral program.

RCR Requirement: All doctoral students are required to complete the University’s Responsible Conduct of Research training.

PhD students in coursework phase are required to:

PhD students in dissertation phase are required to:

Please review the MA/PhD Handbook for further information on these requirements.

Please refer to our weekly newsletters, events calendar, the BSA, and BUSCASA for upcoming Biostatistics events that count towards the doctoral student seminar attendance requirements.

The seminars and working groups listed below count towards the doctoral student seminar attendance requirement:

Doctoral students should remember to track their attendance at these events here.

The Biostatistics Department regularly selects PhD, MA, and MPH students to work as Teaching Assistants, Graders, and Co-Instructors for our courses. More information about SPH policies and resources for TAs and Graders is available here.

If you would like to be considered for a TA, Grader, or Co-Instructor position in the Biostatistics Department, please complete the form below. We will be in touch if any opportunities become available.

You may resubmit this form each semester to provide updated qualifications and availability.