BMI 701 - Foundations in Biomedical Informatics I

Faculty: Adam Wright

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This introductory course surveys methods in biomedical informatics, including methods and approaches used in clinical informatics, bioinformatics, imaging and population health informatics. Basic concepts, trends, and best practices in biomedical informatics and biomedical research, including research ethics, the conduct of research in medical science, and broad issues relative to the application of research to human health are covered. Students will become familiar with core biomedical informatics methodologies.


Fall Semester 2017 
Room: Countway 403 

Meeting Times: Monday 9:30AM-12:30PM
Meeting Dates: 

  • Week 1- September 10                                   
  • Week 2- September 17            
  • Week 3- September 24                                    
  • Week 4- October 1                                                
  • Week 5- Columbus Day, No Class                                   
  • Week 6- October 15                                    
  • Week 7- October 22   
  • Week 8- October 29                                 
  • Week 9- November 5
  • Week 10- November 12
  • Week 11- November 19
  • Week 12- November 26
  • Week 13- December 3
  • Week 14- December 10
  • Week 15- December 17