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InstitutionProgram (Season)Decision & DateSt1Date AddedNotes
Harvard UniversityBiostatistics, Masters (F17)Rejected via E-mail on 24 Mar 2017 24 Mar 2017
JHU (Johns Hopkins University)Biostatistics, PhD (F17)Rejected via E-mail on 24 Mar 2017 A24 Mar 2017
  • they receive between 150-200 apps each year
Rutgers UniversityStatistics And Biostatistics, PhD (F17)Rejected via E-mail on 24 Mar 2017 A24 Mar 2017
  • To the poster below asking about Johns Hopkins (JHU) AMS: I received an acceptance a few weeks ago. Unsure when the rest are rolling out.
University Of South Florida (USF)Biostatistics And Epidemiology, PhD (F17)Accepted via E-mail on 14 Mar 2017 A24 Mar 2017
  • Grad GPA: 3.96 Stipend+ guaranteed funding for 3 years
The University Of North Carolina At Chapel Hill (UNC) Gillings SchoolBiostatistics (MS), Masters (F17)Rejected via Website on 23 Mar 2017 Undergrad GPA: 3.42
GRE General (V/Q/W): 162/165/4.50
GRE Subject: n/a
A23 Mar 2017
  • Got an email telling me to check the application site. UNC is my alma mater (undergrad), but thankfully I have other options.
Chapel Hill-UNCBiostatistics, PhD (F17)Accepted via E-mail on 21 Mar 2017 U21 Mar 2017
The University Of North Carolina At Chapel Hill (UNC) Gillings SchoolBiostatistics, PhD (F17)Accepted via E-mail on 21 Mar 2017 U21 Mar 2017
  • Emailed to check website
The University Of TorontoBiostatistics, Masters (F17)Accepted via E-mail on 21 Mar 2017 I21 Mar 2017
  • Canadian citizen accepted by email.
Vanderbilt UniversityBiostatistics, PhD (F17)Rejected via Website on 20 Mar 2017 A21 Mar 2017
  • Email to check my status update on the website
Harvard School Of Public Health (HSPH)Biostatistics, Masters (F17)Accepted via E-mail on 20 Mar 2017 U21 Mar 2017
JHU (Johns Hopkins University)Biostatistics, PhD (F17)Other via E-mail on 21 Mar 2017 O21 Mar 2017
  • Reached out to learn that they have already given out 1st round offers, and won't be making anymore until they hear some 'no's.
University Of Michigan, Ann ArborBiostatistics, Masters (F17)Accepted via E-mail on 10 Mar 2017 Undergrad GPA: 3.90
GRE General (V/Q/W): 163/170/4.00
GRE Subject: n/a
U20 Mar 2017
  • Applied to PhD. Accepted as MS-Phd track. Is there anyone still not hear from them about funding? Are all MS-Phd track students funded?
University Of Illinois At Chicago (UIC)Biostatistics, PhD (F17)Accepted via E-mail on 20 Mar 2017 U20 Mar 2017
ColumbiaBiostatistics, PhD (F17)Other via Other on 19 Mar 2017 I19 Mar 2017
  • Was not invited to interview and no reject either, although they sent rejections to many people already.rnAnyone else in this situation ? should we consider ourselves rejected ?
University Of Illinois At Chicago (UIC)Biostatistics, PhD (F17)Accepted via E-mail on 17 Mar 2017 A17 Mar 2017
University Of Illionois At Chicago (UIC)Biostatistics, PhD (F17)Accepted via E-mail on 17 Mar 2017 A17 Mar 2017
Harvard School Of Public HealthBiostatistics (MS), Masters (F17)Accepted via E-mail on 16 Mar 2017 I17 Mar 2017
  • SM42.5, PhD with multiple publications and a patent
John Hopkins University (JHU)Biostatistics, Masters (F17)Other via Other on 17 Mar 2017 I17 Mar 2017
  • To the JHU poster below: when did you have the interview?
JHU (Johns Hopkins University)Biostatistics, Masters (F17)Accepted via E-mail on 17 Mar 2017 I17 Mar 2017
The University Of PennsylvaniaBiostatistics, Masters (F17)Rejected via E-mail on 16 Mar 2017 U16 Mar 2017
Georgetown UniversityBiostatistics, PhD (F17)Rejected via Website on 16 Mar 2017 I16 Mar 2017
  • Wasn't planning on going anyway but daim !
University Of PittsburghBiostatistics, PhD (F17)Accepted via E-mail on 16 Mar 2017 U16 Mar 2017
Vanderbilt UniversityBiostatistics, Masters (F17)Accepted via E-mail on 15 Mar 2017 U15 Mar 2017
  • Had an interview with the director. It looks to me a very good program with four admitted MS students each year. The admission guarantees 80% tuition waives and $1500 sign-up bonus for relocation.
University Of Pittsburgh Graduate School Of Public HealthBiostatistics, PhD (F17)Accepted via E-mail on 15 Mar 2017 A15 Mar 2017
University Of Southern California (USC)Biostatistics, Masters (F17)Accepted via E-mail on 15 Mar 2017 A15 Mar 2017

Status1 Key: A: American; U: International, with US degree; I: International, without US degree; O: Other; ?: Unknown.


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