Precision & Personalized Medicine Track
The Precision and Personalized Medicine Informatics track provides a didactic program for students training in informatics who will develop specialized knowledge in precision informatics methods applied to personal and population health-focused problems. The scope of this track includes social determinants of health and inter-professional research and expertise. Students will develop skills in quantitative methods and biomedical sciences for their application to precision medicine. In addition, students will gain an understanding of medical and biological science to provide needed context on which to apply informatics methods.
Students who pursue the Precision and Personalized Medicine Informatics track can earn the Health Informatics MS degree en-route to completing the PhD if they so choose. Students must consult with the program to coordinate completion of coursework and other requirements for the Health Informatics MS, the Health Informatics PhD, and the Precision and Personalized Medicine Informatics track.
Terrence Adam, RPh, PhD, MD