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Stanford Statisticians Tackle COVID-19

This stories series presents three studies in the Department of Statistics addressing the coronavirus outbreak using different approaches: tracking genetic mutations in the coronavirus, developing a more practical approach to predictive modelling, and designing clinical trials of promising new treatments.

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Stanford scholars react to Capitol Hill takeover

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Carolyn Bertozzi named Baker Family Director of Stanford ChEM-H

Read more about The 19th Amendment is a milestone, not endpoint, for women’s rights in America

The 19th Amendment is a milestone, not endpoint, for women’s rights in America

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New quantum science fellowship

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Humanities Core has new integrated global focus

Read more about Stanford statisticians work on different fronts to help understand and find solutions in the battle against COVID-19

Stanford statisticians work on different fronts to help understand and find solutions in the battle against COVID-19

Read more about Stanford statisticians: Exploring uncertainty

Tiny figures stand on rows of 0s and 1s
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Stanford statisticians: Exploring uncertainty

Read more about Stanford statisticians: Finding new treatments

Lab dropper putting liquid into vials
istock

Stanford statisticians: Finding new treatments