Biomedical Informatics

An intensive week long training fellowship in Woods Hole, presented by the National Library of Medicine and the Marine Biological Laboratory.

Become an agent of change.

2014 dates and location TBD

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Testimonials from our Alumni

I took this course when my hospital The Childrens Hospital of Philadelphia was just starting to embark in broad adoption of computers essentially everywhere, a project that is still going strong.  The course was and still is a base that I think back upon.  One memorable quote from Dr Stead:  "give me the information I need at the time and place that I need it, and nothing more, please".  More...
David F. Friedman, MD Childrens Hospital of Philadelphia
My experience at Woods Hole was definitely a game changer for my career.  It helped me with my goal of broadening my role as a nurse-librarian, and eventually I became the Director of Informatics, Library, and Privacy at Pennsylvania Hospital. In this role I am involved in a variety of implementation projects related to the EHR, Meaningful Use and many other exciting innovations in the use of electronic clinical information.  More...
Mary McCann, MSN, RN Director of Informatics, Library, and Privacy at Pennsylvania Hospital
The course at Woods Hole was an amazing opportunity for me as a librarian and information professional.  I learned more than I could have ever hoped for and came back energized to collaborate and create tools to support our institution’s biomedical research needs.  As a doctoral student, this course also helped me to decide on a topic to purse for my dissertation.  More...
Mark Hopkins, MSKM, AHIP University of Oklahoma Health Sciences Center

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