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Bioinformatics at St. Mary’s

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Bioinformatics is an interdisciplinary and growing field in science for solving biological, biomedical and biochemical problems with the help of computer science, mathematics and information technology.

Bioinformaticians are in high demand not only in research but also in academia because few people have the education and skills to fill available positions.

The Bioinformatics program prepares students for graduate school, medical school or entry into the field.

Bioinformatics is highly applicable to all branches of life sciences and also to fields like personalized medicine and pharmacogenomics – the study of how genes affect a person’s response to drugs.

  • Career Opportunities in Bioinformatics


    The Bioinformatics program at St. Mary’s gives students the knowledge and tools to pursue graduate school, medical school or enter into a number of careers, depending on the track they choose.

    Career possibilities include:

    • Bioinformatician – entry level
    • Bioinformatics Data Analyst, Programmer or Specialist
    • Biostatistician Assistant
    • Biostatistical Consultant
    • Clinical Data Analyst/Reporter
    • Data Scientist – entry level
    • Informatics Analyst
    • Research Associate
    • Solutions/Software Engineer – entry level
    • Technician


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Learn more about Bioinformatics at St. Mary’s

Interested in pursuing a degree in Bioinformatics? We’re eager to hear from you and answer any questions you have. Feel free to reach out to speak to one of our dedicated faculty.

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