We are proud to introduce the 2019 class of Biomedical Informatics PhD students. They arrive on August 23 from places both near and far—Cincinnati, Kentucky, China, and Finland. They have backgrounds in biology, digital health, and computer science. They also bring unique perspectives and passions to our program.
Building on its successful Teaching Fellowship program, the Biomedical Informatics (BMI) Graduate Program at the University of Cincinnati College of Medicine is rolling out three additional student award programs in the new year. The new BMI Travel Fellowship offers up
Our newest class of Biomedical Informatics PhD students arrived for the fall semester on August 23. These students come from all over the world, including Nigeria and China. Their backgrounds vary from biochemistry to microbiology to medicine. What they all
Batsheva (Sheva) Guy, PhD in Educational Studies, is bringing innovative research methods to her new role as the biomedical informatics (BMI) program’s Graduate Program Coordinator. Data collection is an integral part of biomedical informatics—so why not collect data on the