The CTSI Biomedical Informatics Program works to enhance and extend informatics infrastructure for transforming and translating discovery; create and manage advanced data capabilities; establish biomedical informatics as an academic discipline at UF; and further national collaboration to accelerate the multidirectional flow of informatics ideas, best practices, technologies, and standards. BMI educational programs will train the translational workforce required to lead and support multidisciplinary team science. BMI supports all other CTSI programs by providing foundational services for educational and research activities. The BMI Program accelerates the discovery, development and application of new diagnostic and therapeutic modalities by integrating data, enabling data management, and providing visualization and access to complex data sets. The BMI Program provides leadership and insight for major institutional initiatives, including implementation of the EpicCare electronic health record system, expansion of the UF Health Integrated Data Repository, and development of the UF Informatics Institute.
For more information on the BMI Program, please contact the program director, Dr. William Hogan, at email@example.com.
- CTSI news feature, Jan. 25, 2016: M.S. in Biomedical Informatics Launched
- CTSI news post, March 11, 2015: UF Launches Biomedical Informatics Graduate Certificate Program
- UF College of Medicine Department of Health Outcomes and Policy news post, Dec. 2, 2014:
UF Biomedical Informatics Graduate Certificate Approved
- For the Record magazine editorial, November 2014: Dependable Data Key to Better Care
- Florida Physician magazine, Summer 2014: UF Medicine on the rise
- UF news release, June 12, 2014: UF hires bioinformatics expert
- CTSI seminar presented by Dr. William R. Hogan, January 17, 2014: Informatics in Translation