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Infectious Disease Prevention Research via Innovative Statistical Methods (ID-PRISM) is a center fostering collaborative efforts to rigorously answer scientific questions in infectious disease prevention studies. Membership includes Fred Hutch and University of Washington Biostatistics and Statistics faculty, masters-degree statisticians and students, with a training mission through doctoral supervision, masters thesis and capstone project supervision, research assistantships, and undergraduate student internships.

This session will provide an overview of COVID-19 research conducted by ID-PRISM faculty, and will describe opportunities for students to get involved in this work.