Oldest institution of higher learning in the state of New York and the fifth oldest in the United States
82 Columbians including alumni, faculty, adjunct faculty, researchers and administrators have won a Nobel Prize
Have more than 2,000 international faculty, researchers, visiting scholars, and scientists
Seventh largest nongovernmental employer in the City of New York, generating a local payroll of some $1.9 billion
President Barack Obama graduated from Columbia College; 13 alumni have served as New York governor; 15 Columbians have served as mayor of New York City
About M.A. in Biomedical Informatics
The field explores techniques for assessing current information practices, determining the information needs of health-care providers and patients, assisting in molecular biology and genomic research, developing interventions using computer technology, and evaluating the impact of those interventions.
This research seeks to optimize the use of information in order to improve the quality of health care, reduce cost, provide better education for providers and patients, and conduct biomedical research more effectively. Columbia University offers two programs in Biomedical Informatics: an advanced degree program leading to the MA, MPhil, and PhD degrees, and a postdoctoral training program.
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