Bioinformatics and Genomics

Bioinformatics students at work
Bioinformatics and Genomics

Success Is in Our DNA

Jump start your career in this rapidly growing, high-demand field, by applying computer science and statistics to solve big-data problems in biology, biotechnology, and precision medicine. Harness the power of genomic data science to improve human health and facilitate biological discovery and innovation. 

Our accelerated bioinformatics master's program brings together learners from diverse scientific backgrounds into a cohort-based learning model that will fast track you from classroom to career. Learn how to apply algorithmic logic, statistical methods, and biological concepts within a team, while honing your professional skills during your first 9 months in our fast-paced, immersive training program. Next, apply your skills in the real-world during your paid, 9-month internship. By graduation, you will have relevant work experience, a foot in the door, and a professional network of alumni and program staff to support you.  Your path towards an exciting career as a bioinformatician begins today!

Students who have completed 9-month
paid internships since 1998
average annualized internship
compensation for offers in past year
graduates who are employed in their field
within three months
Bioinformatics student

What is bioinformatics?

Bioinformatics is data science applied to biology. This interdisciplinary field intersects biology, computer science, and statistics. A bioinformatician’s work happens primarily at the computer, and includes the management and analysis of big data. Due to the nature of the work, many bioinformaticians enjoy flexible work hours and have the option to work remotely.

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The 2023 Genomics in Action conference was a great success, with over 225 registrants and 21 speakers including program alumni and partners from industry, academia, and government labs.

Join us in January 2024 for the next Genomics in Action conference that brings together industry and academic leaders to present and discuss bioinformatic approaches and explore internship opportunities for master’s students.


2021 BGMP Cohort

The 2021-22 interview season has yielded six new partnerships and a total of 16 internship locations for all 25 students in the bioinformatics program.