SBMI has launched a new master’s track in clinical and translational bioinformatics. Students have the option of studying online or in-person. Trainees will acquire competencies in integrating and analyzing data from genomic and clinical data sources to improve human health.
Bioinformatics involves the retrieval and analysis of biochemical and biological data using mathematics and computer science techniques. With ongoing public attention focusing on Big Data, the Human Genome Project and the Precision Medicine Initiative, understanding, analyzing and interpreting vast databases of genomic data continues to be an area of emphasis across bioscience disciplines.
Bioinformatics blends biology, computer science, and information technology in the pursuit of gaining a better understanding of biological processes and potentially improving how health care is delivered.
The ultimate goal of bioinformatics is to address the obstacles researchers and scientists encounter with data-rich research in biosciences. Employing bioinformatics tools and practices gives scientists the ability to take Big Data and understand the complexities that influence biology, the human body and our health.
Graduates of this program could expect to be employed in research laboratories, health care organizations and in various industry roles.
Labs that perform bioinformatics work affording you the opportunity for real hands on training.