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Canada's centre for evidence-based medicine & clinical epidemiology.
Dr. Alan Bernstein, Inaugural President
of the CIHR
Clinical Epidemiology & Biostatistics

The Department of Clinical Epidemiology and Biostatistics

  • Conducts world-leading research into the nature, prevention and management of health care problems
  • Conceives, designs, organizes and implements ground-breaking clinical trials
  • Bridges the health and social sciences to better understand and apply health services management, health policy and health economics
  • Influences how health-care decisions are made through research and service in health informatics and knowledge transfer, and
  • Promotes the principles and practice of evidence-based medicine through knowledge-translation research and educational offerings.

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Daria O’Reilly, receives Early Researcher Award. MORE >

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Dr. Salim Yusuf, wins prestigious Gairdner award. MORE >

McMaster Health Forum brings us two exciting public panel discussions on topics related to optimal aging. more ►McMaster Health Forum, Thinking Ahead

Dave Sackett, Brian Haynes, and Gord Guyatt were featured in 2 important medical journals that praised McMaster, faculty as pioneers of evidence-based medicine MORE >

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Welcome to Clinical Epidemiology & Biostatistics

Dr. Holger Schünemann From its founding in 1968 with four faculty members (Gary Anderson, Michael Gent, Charlie Goldsmith, and chaired by David Sackett), CE&B has grown, diversified, and established an international reputation through the rigour and impact of its research and education programs.

Famed for its roots in evidence-based medicine and clinical trials, it is also a pioneer in knowledge-translation research, ehealth, and health informatics.

It has long been a world leader in health policy analysis, health economics, health technology assessment, and health services research. And now, with recent new initiatives in population genomics, aging, the McMaster Health Forum, and evidence / recommendations grading research, we are again pushing the frontiers of discovery and insight. Continued...

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