Prospective Student Open House
Discover the Leading Program in Biomedical Informatics
Our event for 2016 has passed. Please contact Lauren Ludwig for more information regarding out graduate programs.
We welcome you to join us for our open house and panel discussion in October 2017, to explore the educational opportunities available to help you pursue a career in the emerging field of biomedical informatics. As the U.S. strives to implement electronic health records at all medical institutions in 2015, positions at the intersection of information technology and healthcare will continue to be a primary focus. In addition, the wealth of data coming out of gene sequencing, genomics and biological studies is creating numerous positions in bioinformatics to help translate this information into diagnostics and therapeutics for medicine.
Come meet our faculty, admissions representatives, current students and alumni. Learn about our programs in Clinical Informatics, Bioinformatics and Computational Biology, and hear from our current students about their educational experiences. Finally, have your questions answered during our informal Q&A session.Pizza lunch will be served during our registration and poster session starting at 11:30. We are pleased to welcome you, your friends and family members. Please be sure to submit the registration form to secure your spot.
Date: October 2017
Place: Oregon Health & Science University BICC Gallery, first floor
Registration opens September 2017
Schedule of Events
|11:30 a.m.||Registration and Poster Session (pizza provided)||BICC Gallery|
|12:30 p.m.||Welcome and Opening Session||BICC 124|
|1 p.m.||Plenary Session: Admissions Process, Career Services||BICC 124|
|1:30 p.m.||Breakout Sessions:
|2:15 p.m.||Plenary Session Q&A ||BICC 124|
|2:30 p.m.||Conclusion of Open House|
Contact Lauren Ludwig with any questions or call 503 494-2252.
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