Biomedical informatics programs at ASU's College of Health Solutions foster strong partnerships among academic researchers, clinical practitioners and regional health care providers that advance research and education in the industry. Partnerships with Mayo Clinic, Banner Health, and Barrow Neurological Institute, among others, infuse the program with practical research mandates and clinical relevance.
Research and development, through a diverse community of clinical and interdisciplinary collaborations, advances basic science, contributes broadly to knowledge, and solves real life problems in the biomedical sciences and health care.
Programs in biomedical informatics advance the science and technology of biomedical informatics, inform and influence policy, and improve individual and population health with a focus on:
- Education, through the creation and delivery of innovative curricula and instructional methods aimed across the spectrum of professional development.
- Community engagement aimed at developing and fostering mutually beneficial relationships and collaborations that are relevant and responsive to community needs.
- Service, through provision of resources and capabilities that foster education and research and address local, regional and national problems.