Biostatistics Students Association

 The Biostatistics Student Association (BSA) is in its third year at Boston University.  The group organizes numerous student-driven events.

Last year’s events included a Fall semester meet-and-greet, a student luncheon with new and veteran students to discuss questions about courses, qualifying exams, internships, and career opportunities, and a feature lecture given by Dr. Ted Colton on what it means to be a biostatistician.  The BSA also organized other social events, such as the annual Halloween party and meet-and-greets for new students.

This year the group aims to continue organizing fun and informative events and social activities, as well as initiating a student-led journal club.

The BSA meets monthly in the biostatistics department in the Crosstown building.  Please see your email for upcoming meetings and events.  If you would like more information about the BSA please see the organization’s website: or contact us via email at

We look forward to a great year!

The purpose of the BSA is to foster an environment where its members can meet to discuss and debate current issues in the field of Biostatistics.  This group strives for the promotion of ideas in Biostatistics, as well as networking with like-minded individuals within Biostatistics and related fields.

Monthly meetings are held in the Crosstown Building in the Department of Biostatistics.  See your email for upcoming meetings!

President – Danielle Enserro (
Vice President – Meredith Stevenson (
Secretary – Elizabeth Kane (
Treasurer – Ellie Gurary (