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Careers in Biomedical Informatics

It's Not Too Late to Launch Your Future

Student applications for the 2020-21 school year will be accepted until August 14 via the ApplyIU platform only. Applicants who apply up through this date will have until August 18 to submit all needed transcripts and materials to be reviewed for the fall semester. We will also continue to award admission-based scholarships for those who meet the qualification criteria.

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Your Biomedical Informatics bachelor of science degree from IUPUI will give you the skills for high-salary jobs such as:

  • Bioinformatics scientist
  • Biomedical data scientist
  • Biomedical data warehousing specialist
  • Clinical data analyst
  • Clinical project manager
  • Health database analyst
  • Health care IT director
  • Health information manager

Biomedical Informatics salaries

At a vibrant crossroads in medical research

You’ll be earning your degree in a state with a thriving biomedical and genome research industry. The Regenstrief Institute, IU School of Medicine, IU Simon Cancer Center, and many other health care schools, programs, and centers make IUPUI a leader in cross-disciplinary research.

At the School of Informatics and Computing, you can expect:

  • Rigorous curricula: Learn crucial informatics skills to prepare you for careers in biomedical data and health information management in industry and academia.
  • Medical school preparation: A natural pathway from premedical specialization in Biomedical Informatics to further your career in medical school.
  • Cutting-edge research with renowned faculty. Study with experts in biomedical big data analytics, drug discovery, genetics and omics technologies, precision medicine, and smart health.
  • Close industrial connections with biomedical companies and enterprises such as Eli Lilly, Dow AgroSciences, IU Health, and Roche, offering internships, sponsorships, and collaborative research.

Our students and faculty utilize emerging technologies in projects on the frontiers of clinical data and biomedical research, and learn how to incorporate artificial intelligence, cloud computing, machine learning, and data mining techniques.

You can become an informatics leader in the bioinformatics, clinical, pharmaceutical, and health care industries.

Potential employers

  • Biotechnology companies
  • Community health centers
  • Hospitals
  • Physician practices
  • Clinics
  • eHealth companies
  • Pharmaceutical companies
  • Health insurance companies

Seize the opportunity

Before you graduate, you’ll work with SOIC’s Career Services Office to learn how to search for jobs, assemble a portfolio of your work, pursue internship opportunities, and connect with employers.

Learn more about Career Services

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