Applicants seeking admission into the DGP informatics track should indicate "Biomedical Informatics" in the Specialization question in the ApplyYourself application.
The Walter S. and Lucienne Driskill Graduate Training Program in Life Sciences (DGP) Biomedical Informatics (BMI) track is tailored for students whose primary interests are within the sphere of bioinformatics. Informatics methods are becoming standard in many areas of biological and medical research, and BMI training focuses on building new tools. The program track is best suited for students:
- Looking for a program with emphasis on bioinformatics
- Having a solid biologic sciences base
- Able to take graduate level biology, genetics, microbiology or related topics
- Looking for a program with a primary emphasis on building computational applications and algorithm development
To determine which Northwestern informatics program best suits your interests and needs, visit the following web site:
Programs in Health and Biomedical Informatics at Northwestern University
Justin Starren, MD, PhD
Biomedical Informatics Faculty
For more information on our faculty and their research, please see our Research Area section.