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The annual BMI retreat will be held September 18-20, 2016 at the Asilomar Conference Grounds, Pacific Grove. Our keynote speaker will be 2002 graduate, Xiaole Shirley Liu, PhD. Mark the dates on your calendar. Alumni reservations will be accepted beginning in July. We are hoping for a strong turn-out of alums to meet our 80+ PhD & MS students. We are strong and getting stronger.

BMI Events: Retreat.

2016 Biosciences Admissions will be held March 2-6, 2016.

Information about applying to the BMI PhD program can be found on the Biosciences website.

Seminar course BIOMEDIN 208 is held Winter quarter each year.

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Stanford Biomedical Informatics

The Biomedical Informatics Training Program is an interdisciplinary graduate and postdoctoral training program, part of the Biosciences Program at Stanford University's School of Medicine. Our mission is to train future research leaders to design and implement novel quantitative and computational methods that solve challenging problems across the entire spectrum of biology and medicine. The program is flexible, and attracts applicants with training in biology, research and clinical medicine, computer science, data science and analytics, statistics, engineering and related disciplines. We have an active diversity recruitment program, and strongly encourage applications from traditionally underrepresented minorities, those from disadvantaged backgrounds, and those with disabilities. See our Diversity page for more information.



Katie Planey's CoINcIDE research featured in Science.

Eric Horvitz recognized by ACM for major technical contributions that have advanced the computing field.

“Cure it!” 2016 Lemelson-MIT Student Prize goes to Catalin Voss for the Google Glass device project led by BMI faculty Dennis Wall.

The Darlene Vian Memorial Student Fund exceeded $100,000, thanks to generous gifts from more than 100 friends, family and alumni, including several recent graduates of the program. The fund will be permanently endowed at Stanford and provide ongoing assistance to BMI students. We aim for an endowed fund of $1,000,000, which will provide support to student research, conference travel, and other educational activities. Donors at the $1000 level and up will be recognized on the perpetual plaque mounted in the Medical School Office Building BMIR Conference Room.

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