The 2013 IMIA General Assembly will be held on 20 August, at Medinfo2013 in Copenhagen, Denmark. First notices have been sent to all eligible participants.
Department of Medical Informatics
Dr. Joyce A Mitchell
Associate Vice-President for Health Sciences Information Technology
University of Utah
Salt Lake City, UT
Tel: +1 801 581 4080
The Department of Biomedical Informatics was established in 1964 at the University of Utah, located in Salt Lake City and nestled at the foot of the spectacular Wasatch Mountains. The Department serves as a bridging department in the School of Medicine, working independently and in collaboration with both the basic science departments and the clinical science departments, as well as with other schools and colleges.. The Department is internationally recognized for its contributions to clinical health information systems, computerized decision-making, evaluation of computerized patient care, bioinformatics/genetic epidemiology, informatics for translational and clinical research, medical imaging, and public health informatics. Current education and research opportunities range from basic to applied sciences and encompass three tracks for the MS and PhD degrees and a newly created Certificate Program consisting of 15 hours of graduate coursework. The Certificate Program is also available via a distance learning option. The Department is also proud to be a recipient of a National Library of Medicine training grant which supports predoctoral and postdoctoral education and research.
Research affiliations include the University of Utah Health Sciences Center, Intermountain Health Care facilities, the Veterans Administration Medical Center, HealthInsight (the Peer Review Organization for Utah and Nevada), and the Utah Department of Health. As one of the largest biomedical informatics training programs in the world, the department's faculty and students are a diverse group with a wide range of experience and interests.
Last updated: 10 April, 2012