Gain knowledge of healthcare industry information systems and the skills to guide large informatics projects in clinical and research settings.
Organizing, analyzing, and utilizing health data for research that bridges discovery and clinical care is one of the biggest challenges facing the current generation of data scientists. The Master of Science in Biomedical Informatics provides a strong foundation for students to readily apply informatics tools and techniques to a diverse range of problems in the biological sciences and medical fields. Through improving the quality of patient care and safety by using biomedical data of patients and communities, you have the opportunity to affect change in individuals – and the world.
Designed for professionals from an array of disciplines, including clinicians seeking to master medical informatics methodology to move into leadership roles, and technology and research specialists looking to master content and methods specific to the biomedical sector. Background competency in biostatistics and clinical care is required for incoming students.
- Bioinformatics (opens in new tab)
- Clinical Informatics (opens in new tab)
- Healthcare Delivery Science (opens in new tab)
- Population Health Informatics (opens in new tab)
Offered by the University of Chicago and conferred by (opens in new tab) Graham School of Continuing Liberal and Professional Studies.