Resources for GGE Students
Following is a list of links to resources that can help you in the process of applying for and participating in the Graduate Group in Epidemiology.
- Calculus and Statistics Topics - self proficiency assessment (pdf)
- Financial Aid for GGE Students
- Student Fees
- UC Davis Graduate Council - The Graduate Council is responsible for all policies and procedures related to graduate education on the UC Davis campus.
- UC Administrative Calendar – Academic Calendars
- GradPathways– Professional Development Program
- Ph.D. Grad Map (pdf)
Annual Teaching Assistant positions open for application each spring (subject to budgetary changes):
*Applicants must have taken the course to which they are applying and received a passing grade.
- EPI 202 - Quantitative Epidemiology I: Probability (fall)
- EPI 203 - Quantitative Epidemiology II: Statistical Inference (winter)
- EPI 204 - Quantitative Epidemiology III: Statistical Models (spring)
- EPI 205 - Principles of Epidemiology (fall)
- EPI 206 - Epidemiologic Study Design (winter)
- EPI 207 - Advanced Epidemiologic Methodology (spring)
- EPI 208 - Analysis and Interpretation of Epidemiologic Data (spring)
- PHR 266 - Applied Analytic Epidemiology
Resources for Epidemiologists on the Web
- UCLA Biostatistics Instructional Resources for R, SAS, SPSS, and STATA
UC Davis Biostatistics Graduate Program
- Graduate study in Biostatistics is coordinated through the UC Davis Graduate Group in Biostatistics, which provides interdisciplinary biostatistical research and training activities for students. The program offers the degrees Ph.D. in Biostatistics and M.S. in Biostatistics.
Epidemiology Literature Online
- American Public Health Association
- Annals of Epidemiology
- Epidemiology Monitor
- Journal of Clinical Epidemiology
- Morbidity and Mortality Weekly Report (CDC)
- Weekly Epidemiologic Record (WHO)
Useful Computer Software
- CDC Epidemiologic Software (EpiInfo, EpiMap, etc)
The link to the diagnostic test, Betabuster and TAGS, are no longer working and the program is not available to our knowledge.
- "Supercourse: Epidemiology, the Internet, and Global Health"