Department of Biomedical Informatics

Student Resources

Prospective Students

We invite you to explore the graduate programs at ASU's Department of Biomedical Informatics (BMI) that emphasize applied research with a strong interdisciplinary focus. Our curricular and research synergies with other academic units, such as computer science, life sciences, and biomedical engineering, ensure that our students will receive an education that emphasizes breadth as well as depth in the field. We train a new kind of professional: one who understands information sciences and technology and their application to advances in biomedical sciences and health care.

BMI is located at the world-renowned Mayo Clinic facility in Scottsdale, Arizona. As an ASU biomedical informatics graduate student, you will have the opportunity to work side-by-side with world-class physicians and researchers which will enable you to attain and refine your skills before joining the workforce. Since careers requiring a graduate degree in biomedical informatics are in demand, the skills acquired by BMI graduate students will ensure they are set up for career success.

Your future starts here.

Why BMI
ASU BMI fosters collaborations among academic researchers, clinical practitioners and regional health care providers to apply new developments in informatics theory to clinical practice. Learn more

Degree Programs
We offer a variety of on-ground and online graduate degree programs. At ASU there is also an opportunity for undergraduates with our new major in biomedical informatics. Learn more

Research
Our talented and diverse faculty offer the opportunity to work on cutting-edge projects across many areas in BMI including: bioinformatics, clinical informatics, population health informatics, and imaging informatics. Learn more

Alumni
Meet some of our alumni and learn about job opportunities after your education at ASU BMI. Learn more

General

M.S. Program

Ph.D. Program