Data Science for Health Student Scholars Program

Apply to be a Data Science for Health Student Scholar if you would you like to join a faculty-led team to address a health-related problem that requires complex data analysis, app development, EHR interventions, or sociotechnical evaluation.

As a Student Scholar, you will spend approximately 3-10 hours per week and receive academic credit for a journal club in the Fall (1-2 credit hours) and a Practicum in the Spring (1-3 credit hours). You will be an integral part of a project team led by one of the following Data Science for Health Faculty Scholars:


2016-17 Biomedical Data Science Scholars

Brian Bucher, Pediatric Surgery

Research Focus/Proposal Title: Novel Informatics Approaches to the Surveillance of Surgical Site Infection 

Andrew Gawron, Gastroenterology, Internal Medicine

Research Focus/Proposal Title: Esophagogastroduodenoscopy use and outcomes in the US Veteran population

Lori Gawron, OB/GYN

Research Focus/Proposal Title: Contraceptive use and reproductive planning in women with chronic diseases

Jia-wen Guo, Nursing

Research Focus/Proposal Title: ASAP: Automatic Self-Monitoring for Adolescent Depression

Rashmee Shah, Cardiovascular Medicine

Research Focus/Proposal Title: Improving Cardiovascular Drug Safety through Automated Bleeding Classification 

Application Deadline

Application Deadline

August 28, 2016

Notification of Acceptance

September 2, 2016

Student Application

Contact Us

Biomedical Informatics
421 Wakara Way, Ste 140
Salt Lake City, UT 84108-3514

Phone: 801-581-4080