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Welcome to Methods, Modelling, Biostatistics

Explore our range of research.

Durham Biostatistics Unit

We focus on developing new statistical methodology to support applied health research in the UK and globally, especially with a view to clinical trials.
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Institute of Medical Humanities (Critical Concepts)

As well as producing new thinking about human experience, we influence scholars, practitioners and stakeholders through creative and ambitious training.
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Institute of Hazard, Risk and Resilience

Our research encompasses a range of academic disciplines, including the physical and social sciences and the arts and humanities.
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NOMIS Official Labour Statistics

We are a web-based database of labour market statistics including employment, unemployment, earnings and annual population survey.
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Statistics and Probability

Our interests range from probability theory, through statistical methodology and computation, to substantive applications in many different fields.
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VIViD, Vision, Imaging and Visualisation

Visual Computing comprises the development of algorithms that span all aspects of computer-based visual sensing and image interpretation.
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The Durham Scientific Computing Group

We research the generic methodological, algorithmic, and theoretical challenges that underpin computer simulations and the analysis of numerical data.
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Applied Research Collaboration (ARC) North East & North Cumbria

Our vision is to deliver 'better, fairer health and care at all ages and in all places' organised around seven key research themes.
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