Biomedical Informatics at NYU School of Medicine

The Biomedical Informatics Master of Science (BMI MS) program at NYU Sackler Institute of Biomedical Sciences is a one-year curriculum designed to teach practical skills in basic science, translational science and medical research with the goal of developing professionals who can readily solve modern informatics challenges.

Topics of the Master’s Program

  • molecular signatures and personalized medicine
  • computational causal discovery methods, biomedical information retrieval and scientometrics
  • high-throughput assay informatics (next-generation sequencing, proteomics, metabolomics and image analysis), modeling and simulation of biological systems.

This master’s program targets individuals interested in pursuing careers in academia, pharmaceutical and biotech companies, as well as professionals in medical centers, hospitals, insurance and consulting companies.

Contact: Leonardo Pignataro (informaticsmasters@nyumc.org)