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Default Masters in Bioinformatics/biomedical informatics

USC's Department of Translational Genomics at Keck's School of Medicine is offering an intensive two-year MS program in bioinformatics/biomedical informatics. This program is focused on training individuals who have strong backgrounds in laboratory-based biomedical sciences and seek the skills for analyzing, processing, and managing large-scale data. Graduates will be suited to work as applied bioinformaticians within academic research laboratories, clinical research laboratories, pharmaceutical companies, and biotechnology companies.

The goal of this program is to train applied bioinformaticians, providing students with the the training, skillsets, and best practices for applying and integrating existing bioinformatics tools in the study of human health and disease.

This program is tailored for individuals with laboratory-based biomedical experience and whom have bachelors in biomedical sciences or biomedical engineering. This program focuses on tool application and integration along pipelines, will scripting emphasized over coding. Graduates will have the analytical capabilities for analyzing datasets across molecular biology, systems biology, structural biology,*and genomic sequencing *datasets.*A major emphasis is on data analysis and data processing associated with next-generation sequencing (NGS) data, understanding that the goal is to build core skillsets that remain relevant as new technologies emerge and change.

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