Applications for PhD, Masters Programs Are Due Dec. 1
Are you interested in working on machine learning for healthcare? Do you want to learn more about new technology for patient-centered care, precision medicine, next-generation clinical decision support, population and public health informatics, or other aspects in the emerging field of biomedical informatics?
Applications for both the PhD and Masters programs at the Columbia Department of Biomedical Informatics are due Sunday, Dec. 1, 2019.
Located on the Columbia University Medical Center (CUIMC) campus, the Department of Biomedical Informatics (DBMI) is both an academic department and an information services partner to NewYork-Presbyterian Hospital, a major healthcare provider in greater New York.
One of the oldest informatics departments in the nation, faculty and students at DBMI have set the path for design of clinical information systems, methodologies in clinical natural language processing, and machine learning over electronic health record data. Faculty research includes the development and evaluation of innovative information technologies, which has led to enhancements in both health and healthcare.
Both faculty and students work in a highly collaborative environment, applying informatics from the atomic level to global populations.