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Bioinformatics Degree

Bioinformatics is a scientific field that combines biology and chemistry with math and computer science. By using bioinformatics, scientists can store, retrieve, analyze and interpret data from biological research within a computerized system. It's applied in fields like molecular medicine, veterinary science and genetic research. 

Medical professionals and biological scientists will use bioinformatics to transform massive amounts of raw data into an insightful understanding of the functions of genes, proteins and cells. It will lead to new developments in the diagnosis and treatment of disease, pharmaceutical breakthroughs, and improved quality of life.

Why Walsh?

Exclusive Program. Walsh University is among a select few colleges and universities in Ohio to offer a Bioinformatics major.

World-Class Facilities: Students get real-world lab experience in our state-of-the-art Bioinformatics laboratory. There, they learn advanced data mining, molecular modeling and sequence comparison tactics. This program produces students who are in high demand in the field of exploratory molecular science.

Renowned Faculty. Our instructors are leaders in their fields and work alongside students to conduct important research.



Experiential Learning & Internship Opportunities

Biochemistry students can gain real-world experience in summer research programs at Walsh or other organizations in our region.

After graduation, students can choose to enroll in a graduate program to pursue additional education or enter into their career field of choice. Biochemists are needed in a wide range of industries, including agriculture, medicine, laboratory research and more.


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