The University of Chicago is a premier academic and research institution with a history of scientific and technological innovation. Since 2016, the Master of Science in Biomedical Informatics degree program has trained the next generation of healthcare leaders to leverage vast amounts of data and address today’s most significant healthcare challenges. Designed to provide flexibility for working adults, the program offers full and part time options with classes scheduled in downtown Chicago in the evenings and weekends.
The program is comprised of students and instructors from diverse educational and professional backgrounds. Courses emphasize rigorous computer and data science, applied learning, and real-world case studies. Students can select concentrations in clinical informatics, bioinformatics, population health informatics, and healthcare delivery science. Our students, faculty, and network of industry professionals are all dedicated to a common goal: making a profound impact on human health and healthcare.
Christine Clark, MS, Associate Director
Samuel Volchenboum, MD, PhD, Faculty Director