We are cultivating the next generation of biological and clinical informaticists who will contribute to a diverse biomedical workforce and support CU Anschutz Medical Campus initiatives in research, clinical care, and other areas of informatics.

Our faculty participate in many training programs at the University of Colorado campuses and are among the most dynamic experts in this field throughout the world.

University of Colorado School of Medicine graduate training programs on the Anschutz Medical Campus include:

The PhD Program in Computational Bioscience


Training methods developers in AI and biomedicine for more than 20 years.


The Human Medical Genetics and Genomics Program (HMGGP)


An interdisciplinary, interdepartmental program designed to coordinate outstanding graduate training and research opportunities in all aspects of human and medical genetics.

The Personalized and Genomics Medicine Graduate Certificate Program


A one-year, online training program that provides an opportunity for current and future healthcare professionals, researchers and recent graduates of scientific programs to acquire knowledge and skills in the emerging field of personalized medicine.

Colorado School of Public Health graduate training programs on the Anschutz Medical Campus include:

Masters and Doctoral Programs in Biostatistics

This program is a great fit for students with a strong background in mathematics and statistics who are interested in working in health care and biological settings.

Masters and Doctoral Programs in Epidemiology

A graduate degree in epidemiology prepares you to be the whole scientific package: designing research studies, analyzing the data, and interpreting the results. You’ll gain a strong understanding of what numbers can tell us in the fight against both chronic and infectious diseases. 

University of Colorado School of Engineering graduate training programs on the Anschutz Medical Campus include:

Masters and Doctoral Training Program in Bioengineering

Prepares students for bioengineering careers in industry, government or academia. An advanced degree in this area provides numerous opportunities to work in health care, biomedical industry, government regulatory agencies and academia.

Other training programs that DBMI faculty interface with that provide computational expertise and training include:

The Microbiology Doctoral Program in the School of Medicine

The Doctoral Program in Microbiology provides advanced training and education for students with the desire and ability to thrive in a stimulating, research-oriented graduate program leading to careers in science in the academic, governmental, or private sectors.



The Immunology Doctoral Program in the School of Medicine

The doctoral program in Immunology at the University of Colorado Anschutz Medical Campus trains students in diverse areas of immunology that includes innate and adaptive immunity, host-pathogen interactions, tumor immunity, autoimmunity, immune deficiencies, and vaccine development.

The Interdisciplinary Quantitative Biology Program at the University of Colorado, Boulder Biofrontiers Institute

Interdisciplinary Quantitative (IQ) Biology Graduate Certificate is a program through CU Boulder's BioFrontiers Institute. The certificate is earned in concordance with a PhD from one of CU Boulder's academic departments. Students learn Interdisciplinary Quantitative skills, while also gaining in-depth knowledge of their field through their degree-granting PhD program with one of our eleven partner academic departments. Through IQ Biology, students learn the essential competencies demonstrated by knowledgeable, and well-rounded researchers who collaborate effectively across disciplines. These competencies are attained through cross-departmental lab rotations, courses, interdisciplinary projects, outreach activities, and science engagement.

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