• Raymond J. Carroll Raymond J. Carroll, Ph.D.
    Dr. Carroll is a Distinguished Professor at Texas A&M University, a special rank held by approximately 35 faculty members in the university. His main appointment is in the Department of Statistics, and he holds a secondary appointment in the Department of Biostatistics and Epidemiology. He is a member of the Faculty of Nutrition, a member of the Faculty of Toxicology, and the Director for Biostatistics and Epidemiological Research for the NIEHS-funded Center for Environmental and Rural Health.

Training Program in Biostatistics, Bioinformatics, Nutrition and Cancer

A Training Program for New Ph.D's

The Department of Statistics at Texas A&M University announces its new two-year training program in Bioinformatics, funded by the NCI (National Cancer Institute). Stipends are $65,000/year. Funding is restricted to U.S. citizens and permanent residents.

Program participants will receive training via a structured format in biology, genetics, and various genomics technologies such as microarray and biological mechanisms of cancer that may be activated by nutrition-related factors.

The program includes members from the Department of Statistics, the Faculty of Nutrition, and Electrical Engineering's Genomic Signal Processing Labortory.

Contact Raymond Carroll carrollATstat.tamu.edu (PLEASE REMOVE THE OBVIOUS CLUTTER IN THE ADDRESS)for details.