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Richardson serves on biostatistics ‘pipeline’ panel at Harvard

DeJuran Richardson portrait
July 30, 2021
Linda Blaser

Ernest H. Volwiler Professor of Mathematics and Chair of Mathematics and Computer Science DeJuran Richardson served as a panelist on Harvard University’s “Pipelines into Biostatistics Symposium” held recently.

The annual symposium concluded Harvard’s 2021  Summer Program in Biostatistics & Computational Biology, a six-week virtual program which is designed to increase diversity in the field of biostatistics by promoting underrepresented minority students.

Richardson was joined on the panel by  Melody Goodman, associate dean for research and associate professor of biostatistics at New York University, and  Ula Widocki,  Summer Program Alumni ’17 and PhD student in network science at Northeastern University.