“Doctors have always recognized that every patient is unique, and doctors have always tried to tailor their treatments as best they can to individuals. You can match a blood transfusion to a blood type — that was an important discovery. What if matching a cancer cure to our genetic code was just as easy, just as standard? What if figuring out the right dose of medicine was as simple as taking our temperature?”
– President Obama, January 30, 2015
Biomedical Informatics is playing a critical role in enabling this paradigm shift in healthcare, which is leading to an ever increasing demand for trained professionals in the field. Additionally, Our program helps to develop necessary skills to effectively manage and analyze huge bodies of data in the life science domain (which not only includes humans, but also agriculture and veterinary medicine). We believe the best way forward is to support collaboration between multiple disciplines, including experimental and clinical sciences as well as computational.
The mission of the doctoral program is to prepare students with the following abilities:
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