The Laney Graduate School has approved the Biomedical Informatics concentration within the Computer Science and Informatics PhD through the Department of Mathematics and Computer Science at Emory.
Computer Science and Informatics Ph.D. with Biomedical Informatics Concentration
Biomedical Informatics (BMI) is the study of the acquisition, maintenance, retrieval, and application of biomedical knowledge and information to improve patient care, medical education, health and public health sciences research. Students in the Computer Science and Informatics Ph.D. program with an interest in the application of computation to biomedical research questions may elect the BMI concentration, which is jointly administered by departments of Mathematics and Computer Science, Biostatistics and Bioinformatics, and by Emory's Center for Comprehensive Informatics.
Apply online through the Graduate School and indicate BMI as your specialty area of interest.