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About our department
The Department of Medical Informatics and Clinical Epidemiology (DMICE) is one of 27 academic departments in the School of Medicine at Oregon Health & Science University (OHSU). DMICE provides research, education, and service in the areas of clinical informatics, clinical epidemiology, and bioinformatics/computational biomedicine. DMICE programs are recognized internationally for their accomplishment and innovation.
DMICE is housed in the Biomedical Information Communication Center (BICC) on the Oregon Health & Science University (OHSU) Marquam Hill campus. The department consists of about 80 faculty members, including about 40 with primary academic appointments in the department, about 20 from other OHSU departments with joint appointments, and about 20 affiliate faculty who work at healthcare institutions, companies, and other organizations outside OHSU.
OHSU's Biomedical Informatics Graduate Program is accredited by the Commission on Accreditation for Health Informatics and Information Management Education (CAHIIM).
OHSU Blog Feed
- Papers in the Pandemic: 2020 Informatics Publications from DMICE
- Come One, Come All to Study Informatics at Oregon Health & Science University
- DMICE Faculty Help Lead Development of National COVID Cohort Collaborative (N3C) Data Resource
- DMICE Researchers Publish Application of Machine Learning to Detection of Rare Disease
- DMICE Hosts First-Ever NLM Virtual Informatics Trainees Conference
DMICE Informatics Conference
WebEx invite. Please contact Lynne Schwabe via email for meeting links.
Teaching has moved to a virtual format currently. More information here on the website OHSU Coronovirus and COVID-19.
Please click on hyperlinked DMICE Conference below for recorded or livestreamed videos:
Have a question during the presentation? Tweet it to @OHSUinformatics with the hashtag #dmiceconf
Dr. Frank Naeymi-Rad and Dr. Theresa Kepic Scholarship for Biomedical Informatics
DMICE is pleased to open applications for the 2020 Dr. Frank Naeymi-Rad and Dr. Theresa A. Kepic Endowed Scholarship for Biomedical Informatics. Dr. Naeymi-Rad is the founder of Intelligent Medical Objects (IMO), Inc. and an expert in the application of standards-based terminology solutions to problems in healthcare. Dr. Kepic is an Obstetrics & Gynecology physician who practices in North Chicago, IL.
The endowed scholarship provides an award of $5000 for tuition and fees for a student in the OHSU Biomedical Informatics Graduate Program to obtain his or her degree while gaining practical experience in applying standards-based terminology to solve health-related problems.
Applications are due November 15, 2020 and more information available here.
Due to the uncertainty around the progression of COVID-19 and the unprecedented strain on our clinical and research personnel and systems, the OHSU Provost has made the decision to cancel all summer internship programs, teacher programs, job shadows and shorter-term intensive experiences with students at OHSU for 2020.
For your information, here is the webpage for the DMICE Internship Program.