Overview

Master's in Biomedical Informatics


The Department of Biomedical Informatics is now offering a professional Master's of Science degree program at the University of Utah's Asia campus in Incheon, South Korea.

Improve health by applying computer and information sciences to manage information and learn from data. Graduates of the "Applied Clinical Informatics" program will be prepared for industry or health system positions as data managers, health informaticists, or data scientists/analysts across myriad organizations.

The “Translational Bioinformatics” track emphasizes applications to health, especially genomics and precision medicine. Graduates of this track will be skilled in developing and applying genomic tools.

We are excited to bring our experienced faculty members and cutting-edge curriculum to the Songdo campus in Incheon, South Korea.

M.S. APPLICATION DEADLINES

Early Spring
(Korean)
September 1st
Regular Spring
(Korean)
November 1st
Regular Spring
(Non-Korean)
October 1st

Contact Us

Younghee Lee, PhD

Email: younghee.lee@utah.edu
Phone: +1-801-581-3673
Contact Younghee for faculty & administrative questions

Damian Borbolla, MD

Email: damian.borbolla@utah.edu 
Phone: +1-801-581-4080
Contact Damian for curriculum questions

Joe Taylor, MBA

Email: joe.k.taylor@utah.edu
Phone: +1-801-213-3364
Contact Joe for administrative questions

Online Application