Bioinformatics lies in the interface of biology, computer science and statistics and aims to give meaning and interpret a huge mass of biological data. Students will learn how to manage methods and software tools to process and analyze large-scale data generated from wet lab experiments in Omics research
Alexander Melerzanov, MD, PhD, Dean, about Master's program 'Bioinformatics for Industry'
Graduates are in high demand in research labs at Biotech, Biomedical and Pharmaceutical Industry, Health Care and Academy as Bioinformaticians, Computational Biologists and Biosystems Analysts
The School comprises the largest number of research groups. 28 laboratories conduct research on the entire spectrum of life sciences: innovative full-cycle pharmaceuticals and medical chemistry, the development of medical equipment and information technologies based on artificial intelligence, laboratory cell and genomic technologies, including medical and agrobio