Combined Advanced Degree in Bioinformatics

  • Bioinformatics

Combined Advanced Degree in Bioinformatics

Combined Advanced Degree in Bioinformatics

The Master of Science in Bioinformatics program produces highly trained students who are prepared to directly contribute to the pharmaceutical, biological and/or biomedical research fields. Bioinformatics is a multidisciplinary field that develops and uses computational tools to investigate and analyze complex biological, biomedical, and biochemical systems. The goal of the field is to analyze large biological data sets generated in the lab or clinic for ways to enhance our understanding of biology and to develop better diagnostic, prognostic and treatment methods. A major goal of our program is to provide hands-on experience so students use the skills they learn towards real-world research questions. This includes advanced training in theory and laboratory settings to allow students to diversify into other biomedical research fields.

Application/Description

The one-page CADP in Bioinformatics Application Form is available for download.

 The CADP in BioInformatics Program Guide for BSCS students is available for download.

The CADP in BioInformatics Program Guide for BACI students is available for download.