(2 hours lectures/3 hours laboratory/week lecture/ demonstration/discussion)
3 semester credit hours/meets part of research informatics component
Prerequisite: BMI 5007
Database processing is a key area of competency in biomedical informatics. This course introduces the concepts and methods of database processing in the context of healthcare and biomedicine.
Topics covered include developing data models, designing, accessing and implementing databases, and database web access. We will cover relational databases (SQL), XML, no-SQL databases, ontologies and introduction to public databases for biomedical information.
After taking BMI 5304, students will be able to: