The University of Surrey now offers a MSc in Health and Biomedical Informatics, helping to attract new talent to the high-value Animal Health and MedTech sectors in the EM3 region.
The course will train students in developing and applying cutting-edge health informatics, bioinformatics and AI technologies in biology, medicine and health.
It is open to candidates who have studied veterinary medicine, human medicine, nursing or an allied health professions course.
Students will gain the knowledge and skills needed to manage and analyse large and diverse datasets across biomedical research and healthcare systems.
With the first cohort of students just starting the programme, it is being delivered by the School of Health Sciences with support from the EM3-supported Veterinary Health Innovation Engine (vHive), situated at the university’s School of Veterinary Medicine.
The course is an example of the university’s One Health, One Medicine approach to help create and lead globally connected health research and education, and to share innovation and knowledge, to sustainably improve the wellbeing of humans and animals.
To find out more about the Health and Biomedical Informatics MSc course visit the University of Surrey website.
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