The newly launched Center for Applied Clinical Informatics will move scientific discoveries out of the laboratory and into hospitals and clinics, where they can make a difference.
National synthetic dataset boosts coronavirus research, helps prepare for future pandemics
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Aditi Gupta, PhD, and Guoqiao Wang, PhD, were recognized as 2022-2023 ICTS Clinical and Translational Research Funding Program awardees. Read more about their funded projects below.
After piloting on Washington University campuses, the MO/Notify exposure notification system is now available to users throughout Missouri.
Spanning the fields of data science and biomedical informatics, the Biomedical Informatics and Data Science PhD program prepares students to take their skills from the bench to the bedside and beyond.
MO/Notify alerts users when they have been near another user who has tested positive for the virus that causes COVID-19.