Brian Caffo teaches a public-health course at Johns Hopkins University that he calls a “mathematical biostatistics boot camp,” the Washington Post reports. It typically draws a few dozen graduate students. Never more than 70. This fall, Caffo was swarmed. He had 15,000 students…

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