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Degree programs in biomedical informatics and biomedical diagnostics

Using data to improve health

Data is transforming most fields, and it’s transforming the study of human health too. 

Biomedical informatics is the science of translating clinical and medical data into useful information and knowledge to improve health outcomes. Utilizing informatics, biomedical diagnostics involves studying the science, technology and business of how we diagnose and even treat disease.

Combining technology and life sciences, students with an interest in IT or computer science and a passion for helping others might find their niche in biomedical informatics or biomedical diagnostics. Master’s students studying biomedical diagnostics gain insights into a growing industry that is at the center of health care innovation and personalized medicine. 

Students learn how to acquire and manage data, as well as how to use these capabilities to solve real health problems. From their first semester, biomedical informatics students can conduct research alongside expert faculty.

Graduates with a degree in the rapidly expanding fields of biomedical informatics and biomedical diagnostics are prepared for careers in a wide range of settings, including hospitals, health insurance providers, health departments, pharmaceutical companies and research institutions.


Pursue your passion

  • Bioinformatics scientist
  • Biostatistician
  • Clinical data manager
  • Computer network architect
  • Computer and information research scientist
  • Software app developer
  • Software quality assurance engineer
  • Computer systems analyst
  • Statistical assistant
  • Medical and health services manager

Note: Some health careers will require additional advanced degrees.

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