noun see biostatistics

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  • biostatistician — bio·stat·is·ti·cian .bī ō .stat ə stish ən n an expert in biostatistics * * * bio·stat·is·ti·cian (bi″o stat″is tishґən) a specialist in biostatistics …   Medical dictionary

  • biostatistician — bio·statistician …   English syllables

  • biostatistician — ˌbīō+ noun ( s) : a specialist in biostatistics …   Useful english dictionary

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