The Graduate Program in Biomedical Informatics reflects the emergence of BMI as a core component of modern technology and data intensive healthcare, responding to intense pressures in both the Academic and Industrial components of the healthcare sector. With this environment in mind, we embed BMI Education in research and operations at a Medical Center, where Quantitative Sciences have emerged at the very core of efforts to understand, prevent and treat disease.
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|BMI Grand Rounds: Joao Xavier: The dynamic microbiome of bone marrow transplantation patients|
|Ed Kalpas: BMI Grandrounds - Machine Learning to Gain Actionable Insights Using Healthcare Data|
|Patricia Thompson: Sulindac, a non-steroidal anti-inflammatory drug, reduces breast density and alters collagen alignment in breast tissue.|
|BMI Grand Rounds: Katharine Kevill: MyAsthma MyPlan|
|Andrew Post: Informatics as a Clinical Service for Quality and Research|