BMIF 801 Programming Skills and Tools for Processing Biomedical Data
The objective of this course is to provide graduating health science students hands-on training in computer programming languages and tools to familiarize them with the principles and practice of cutting edge technologies for bioinformatics used in biomedical and molecular sciences research. Prerequisite: none
Queen’s School of Computing (QSC) and the Department of Biomedical and Molecular Sciences (DBMS), Queen’s University, have developed the Graduate Diploma and professional Master’s programs in Biomedical Informatics. The programs train future data scientists who can translate data into knowledge that may transform how health care is approached and delivered. The programs are aimed at students with training in biology, life sciences, biochemistry, medical sciences, computer science, biostatistics, engineering, and related disciplines, who are interested in designing and implementing quantitative and computational methods that solve challenging problems across the entire spectrum of biology and medicine, and who wish to develop the skills required for a range of exciting careers in medicine, research and development, or industry.
This is a full time program which will span 4 months total. The graduate diploma consists of 4, 3-credit units. The courses are:
...credit units, except BMIF 898, which is 6.0 credit units. BMIF 801 Programming Skills...