Biostatistics is the science that applies factual hypothesis and numerical principals to research in medication, science, ecological science, general well-being and related fields. General well-being biostatisticians use scientific and logical routines to focus the reason for illness and wounds and to distinguish well-being patterns inside of groups. Bio-statistics is a broad discipline encompassing the application of statistical theory to real-world problems, the practice of designing and conducting bio-medical experiments and clinical trials (experiments with human subjects), the study of related computational algorithms and display of data, and the development of mathematical statistical theory. Bio-statistics is integral to the advance of knowledge in biology, health policy, clinical medicine, public health policy, health economics, proteomics, genomics, and other disciplines. Bio-statistics is particularly concerned with disentangling these different sources of variation.
Related Journals of Bio-statistics
Journal of Bio metrics and Bio statistics, Healthcare and Patient Safety, Journal of Healthcare Engineering, Home Healthcare Nurse, International Journal of Healthcare Information Systems and Informatics, Journal of Healthcare Management.