BioHealth Analytics Overview
The University of Missouri’s Data Science and Analytics MS BioHealth Analytics Emphasis equips students with data analytics skill sets to process, mine, and interpret large-scaled genomics and medical records for bio and healthcare industry.
Graduates of the Master’s of Science in Data Science and Analytics who pursue the BioHealth Analytics emphasis area will achieve the following educational objectives:
- Possess an in-depth understanding of the data analytics needs in bio industry and healthcare systems in the US and worldwide;
- Have the ability to practice their analytic skill-sets to applications in agriculture, human medicine, and health information systems in genomics, proteomics, phonemics, and electronic medical records;
- Be able to present and interpret their data analytic results with actionable plans in the bio and healthcare industry.
BioHealth Analytics Faculty
Professor; Executive Director, DSA; Director MUIDSI, Course Coordinator
22G Heinkel Building
NW502 Health Science Center
Assistant Teaching Professor
22H Heinkel Building
Associate Dean, School of Nursing
421A Mizzou North
Professor, Assistant AdjunctView Profile
Associate Teaching Professor
22E Heinkel Building
Sample Course Path for MS Online
Students move through 8-week modules completing core courses and then progressing through emphasis area courses directly applicable to their area of study.