The Institute for Mathematical and Statistical Innovation at the University of Chicago is hosting a long program on, “Statistical Methods and Mathematical Analysis for Quantum Information Science.” Quantum information science is a rapidly developing and broad field of research. It has made significant progress over the last decade, including the development of many promising applications such as efficient quantum computational algorithms, secure quantum communication protocols, and ultra-sensitive quantum sensors (to name just a few). Besides practical applications, quantum information science also sheds light on fundamental physics questions, including efficient descriptions of many-body systems, entanglement characterization of topological quantum systems, and quantum information scrambling of many-body systems. Novel mathematical tools and statistical models play a crucial role in investigating quantum systems. However, there are still many important open questions in quantum information science, which urgently need novel mathematical tools and statistical models. The aim of this program is to bring experts with different backgrounds of mathematics, control, statistics, physics, material, and computer science together, to spur transformational change in quantum information science. Please refer to the website listed for more information as it develops, including guidance on how to apply to participate in the long program.