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.
Such data now available to university researchers, could help speed research.
To be able to welcome students back to campus safely, the university needed to deploy a testing infrastructure that could process thousands of results a week.
Folding@home’s distributed computing model provides a powerful, flexible, crowdsourced method for unlocking answers to pressing healthcare questions.
An unprecedented data-sharing collaboration reveals communities hit hardest by the pandemic.
Informatics can help researchers shape the creation and implementation of evidence-based healthcare policies.
The Center for Population Health Informatics is working across disciplines and harnessing the power of data and technology to better the lives of those in St. Louis and beyond.
The launch of the Epic electronic health record system will make patient information more accessible to researchers than ever before.
A new electronic health record system will improve patient care and provide researchers with important data.
Visualizing data in the doctor’s office can change health outcomes.