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The Biomedical Informatics team at Cincinnati Children's and the University of Cincinnati offer leading graduate programs in biomedical informatics, including a PhD program and a graduate certificate program. These programs allow students to engage in world-class research while embedded in one of the premier healthcare centers in the nation. Watch our video.
We also offer several event series for the research community at Cincinnati Children's, the University of Cincinnati, and UC Health:
Click on the headings below for details and upcoming speaker schedules.
The Department of Biomedical Informatics at Cincinnati Children's and the University of Cincinnati College of Medicine offer exciting graduate-level programs that give students the opportunity to engage in cutting-edge research while being embedded in one of the premier healthcare centers in the nation. Watch our video for an inside look at our program and faculty.
Two graduate-level programs are currently being offered:
Future plans call for the addition of master's-level and fellowship programs.
The biomedical informatics department is the academic home for informatics faculty at UC and Cincinnati Children's. Students in degree programs work in an exciting environment where basic and applied scientific principles are pursued within a team science framework to better understand many of the fundamental challenges of biomedical research and healthcare. The partnership between two premier institutions provides a unique opportunity for trainees to explore fundamental biomedical problems and quickly transform insights into improvements in health.
The BMI Speaker Series focuses on topics in biomedical and clinical informatics. All interested Cincinnati Children's and University of Cincinnati faculty, staff and students are welcome. Subscribe to our mailing list to receive email notices about upcoming events.
Assistant Professor, Division of Biomedical Informatics, Cincinnati Children's.
Assistant Professor, Asthma Research, Cincinnati Children's. “Genomic Ancestry and Big Data in Disease Genomics”
Fri Feb 26, 11 am
Assistant Professor, Harvard Medical School and Associate Director of Medical and Population Genetics, Broad Institute of Harvard and MIT. Topic TBD.
Professor, Department of Operations, Business Analytics, and Information Systems, University of Cincinnati College of Business. "An Ontology-based Hierarchical Clustering Method for Healthcare Texts"
Brian Raney, PhD
Genome Browser Engineer, Univ of California Santa Cruz Genome Browser. "The UCSC Genome Browser: Bells and whistles"
These monthly presentations are targeted to help research faculty and staff at Cincinnati Children's and the University of Cincinnati learn how to work with the Biomedical Informatics team to support research data needs. Each talk includes a case study from a researcher discussing project experiences and is followed by a forum discussion.
Application Development: Custom Study Management Tools Download Presentation
Thur Jan 21, 10 am
Your Research is Safe With Us: Data and Software Hosting Through BMI Download Presentation View Recording
Join us! Let's work together to use electronic health records and other data sources for research and improving patient care. These working meetings will focus on sharing information and improving current projects, manuscripts, and grants in progress. Meetings are open to all interested parties from Cincinnati Children's, the University of Cincinnati, and UC Health.
All meetings will take place at noon on the first and third Tuesdays of every month. Subscribe to our listserv to receive notice of upcoming events. Dates and room locations are as follows:
Matthew LeonardData Warehouse Analyst, Div of Biomedical Informatics, Cincinnati Children's"Transitioning Reports for Neonatology to ICD-10 Diagnosis Codes"
The Division of Biomedical Informatics offers training on various software packages used for research purposes. Upcoming training events include:
REDCap. REDCap (Research Electronic Data Capture) is a secure, web-based application designed exclusively to support data capture for research studies, allowing users to build and manage online surveys and databases quickly and securely. Various levels of training are offered on an ongoing basis for researchers at Cincinnati Children's and the University of Cincinnati. For a complete schedule of upcoming training opportunities, visit UC's Center for Clinical & Translational Science & Training (CCTST).
University of Cincinnati Libraries Workshops. The UC Libraries offer an array of workshops covering library resources, data management, and software applications. To see complete workshop offerings including course names, descriptions, dates, and times, visit the registration link. Cincinnati Children's employees are eligible to attend the classes. Visitors with a UC Central login can register themselves: click on the "Register" button for the class you wish to attend, login with you Central Login username and password, and click "Register." You will receive an automatic email confirmation of your registration. If you do not have a UC Central login, email Lauren Mills from your CCHMC email account to register.
Biomedical Informatics sponsors a monthly meeting for application specialists at Cincinnati Children's Research Foundation. The goal of these meetings is to keep everyone updated on the latest resources and services available to Cincinnati Children's researchers and to discuss any research IT-related issues.
All research application specialists are welcome to attend. Meetings typically are scheduled for the first Wednesday of every month at 10:30 am in S11.100. Subscribe to our mailing list to receive information about upcoming meeting dates and topics.
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