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The Division of Biomedical Informatics (BMI) at Cincinnati Children's Research Foundation has both an academic and a service mission.
Our research in bioinformatics and clinical informatics advances the
understanding of comparative/functional genomics, systems biology,
and proteomics; natural language processing; genome-wide association studies of diseases; data warehousing and data mining; and
high-performance computing. We provide research IT services, developing and maintaining systems, software and other IT infrastructure to support a growing number of basic, clinical and translational research programs at Cincinnati Children’s and the University of Cincinnati College of Medicine. We also educate the next generation of researchers through our biomedical informatics graduate programs at the University of Cincinnati.
Pediatric residents at Cincinnati Children's will have a new elective rotation option starting in July that will help them learn more about the emerging field of biomedical informatics...
What if there was a tool doctors or school counselors could use to reliably identify which students were at risk of committing suicide? What if they could then use that information to intervene before it was too late? John Pestian, PhD, MBA, director of the Computational Medicine Center at Cincinnati Children’s, is teaching computers how to listen and report back about what they think they’ve heard from people to try to identify suicidal behavior...
Reliable and up-to-date software tools are essential to make the best use of rapidly-accumulating knowledge about gene function, but most current tools are badly out of date, according to a recent paper by Lina Wadi, Juri Reimand and their colleagues at the Ontario Institute for Cancer Research...
Learn how we support research by developing and maintaining technologies such as the i2b2 research data warehouse, electronic data capture software, data storage systems, a cluster computing environment, collaborative web portals and more.
We teach and advise students in the Biomedical Engineering Graduate Program at the University of Cincinnati. Learn more about research and career growth opportunities through our program.
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Learn more about PhD and graduate certificate programs in Biomedical Informatics.
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