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Stephen Lagakos, talented biostatistician with a common touch

STEPHEN LAGAKOS STEPHEN LAGAKOS (Harvard University via Bloomberg)
By Bryan Marquard
Globe Staff / October 14, 2009

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Nearly 30 years ago, before the contaminated wells of Woburn spawned books and the movie “A Civil Action,’’ community activists visited the Harvard School of Public Health to talk about what they saw happening in their suburban city. Among those listening was Stephen Lagakos, a rising young biostatistics professor with a passion for ensuring that his highly technical work helped ... (Full article: 1124 words)

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