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Bioinformatics Schools

Study bioinformatics to combine knowledge of biology, chemistry, and math with training in scientific technology. With an innovative degree in Bioinformatics, you will have studied computational modeling, systems and structural biology, and genomic sequencing, and will graduate prepared to pursue a rewarding career as a professional in the fields of bioinformatics and computational biology. Genetics and the pharmaceutical industry are other fields in which Bioinformatics majors often find themselves.


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