Instructor: Philip R.O. Payne, PhD
When: Tuesday/Thursday 3:55 – 5:15 PM
Where: 3167 Graves Hall
This course is a survey of the biomedical informatics field. The methods used in the design, implementation, management, and evaluation of computational tools and systems supporting information needs in the basic science, clinical research, translational research, clinical case, and public health domains will be discussed. It is recommended that students have previous experience in computer science, statistics, anatomy/physiology, and medical terminology.
*Please note that in the course scheduling system, this course still shows up as Introduction to Clinical Informatics, but it is being renamed, which will take effect Spring 2012 as Introduction to Biomedical Informatics.