Faster research, more cures, healthier communities
The fields of healthcare and life sciences are experiencing a fundamental shift toward transdisciplinary, integrative and data-intensive approaches to research. These developments, coupled with the use of information technology platforms, are helping transform healthcare, achieving greater value alongside improved outcomes and safety.
The complex data, information and knowledge needs associated with these changes requires a comprehensive approach to biomedical informatics, data science and biostatistics research, education and practice.
Data-Justice Symposium featuring researcher, author Mary Ebeling, PhD
Friday, March 31, 2023 | 11:30 a.m. – 5 p.m.
The author of “Afterlives of Data” will also hold a coffee conversation at Olin Library on Thursday, March 30. The first 150 symposium registrants get a free book!
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Learn to harness big data to solve complex problems for the next generation of data-intensive healthcare and life science research.
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Whatever your data or information needs, our staff of data and information experts are happy to help, often free of charge.
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