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19
Oct
2015
Sean_Doolan
For second-year MHI student Sean Doolan, a typical day begins at 7 a.m., as he wakes up, glances at his emails and reviews his work priorities for the day. He follows this with a morning run before finally settling in to begin his workday around 10 a.m...
16
Oct
2015
Hanbo_Yang
For Wenbo Yang, his journey into health informatics was sparked by a desire to pursue a profession in helping others. Wenbo initially started college with a focus on pre-med: “I saw this virtue in helping others, and I saw medicine as a very humble way...
15
Oct
2015
Pritika_Dasgupta
With a B.S. in Biological Engineering from Cornell University and an Master of Public Health (MPH) in General Epidemiology from the University of Michigan, Pritika Dasgupta has had the opportunity to explore the biological and health fields from many...
15
Oct
2015
Kathleen Marinan
With a B.S. in Bioinformatics from the University of Pittsburgh, Kathleen entered the MHI program with a broad foundation in biology, computer science, chemistry, and statistics. Following her sophomore year, Kathleen completed a summer research...
09
Oct
2015
Audrey_Goulding
One consistent thread runs through part-time MHI student Audrey Goulding’s career: computers and data management. “I’ve been fascinated by computers since my teens,” she says, recalling that she built her own first computer from a kit she purchased at...
24
Sep
2015
adler milstein
Tags: Research

UMSI Assistant Professor of Information Julia Adler-Milstein has received a $45,000 sub-grant from Harvard University to assist with a project titled, "Understanding Health IT-Enabled Performance Improvement for Older Adults."

29
Jun
2015
Photo of Julia Adler-Milstein

Julia Adler-Milstein, an assistant professor in the School of Information and the School of Public Health, is one of four faculty members in 2015 to receive the Henry Russel Award, one of the highest honors the university bestows upon junior faculty.

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