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US Centers for disease Control and Prevention (CDC) Public Health Informatics Fellowship Program (PHIFP)

   August 28, 2018

The CDC Public Health Informatics Fellowship Program (PHIFP) is accepting applications through 5 November. Interviews will be conducted in February and March, and the fellowship begins in Summer 2019.

To apply for PHIFP, you must

  • Meet the educational, informatics, public health, and research experience...

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Master’s Graduate Mario Barbé, MD, Brings Critical Health Informatics Capabilities to Clinica Alemana in Chile

   August 24, 2018

Barbé finds future in pairing medicine and data science to respond to health care challenges

Mario Barbé, MD, completed his master’s degree in Health Informatics in Summer 2018. His employer, Clínica...

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GRADUATE CANDIDATE RECEIVES PRESTIGIOUS PUBLIC HEALTH INFORMATICS FELLOWSHIP

   July 18, 2018

Physician and UNC Charlotte graduate candidate Saugat Karki was selected recently for the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention’s (CDC) prestigious Public Health Informatics Fellowship Program (PHIFP). This two-year training program is for...

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DUAL MPH, MS ALUMNUS EARNS ELITE AIDS RELIEF FELLOWSHIP

   May 29, 2018

Joseph Konstanzer, a graduate of UNC Charlotte’s dual master’s program in public health and health...

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Fall 2016 Data Science Initiative Town Hall/Orientation

   August 24, 2016

On Saturday, August 20th new and continuing students from both the Health Informatics and the Data Science and Business Analytics programs attended the Fall 2106 Data Science Initiative.

A special welcome to the 2016 Summer/Fall HI Cohort and let us introduce you to the newest HI students:

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2016 Virtual Hackathon

   June 8, 2016

According to the study released in 2014 by the Equality of Opportunity Project at Harvard*, Charlotte, NC was ranked 50th of 50 metropolitan areas with respect to upward economic mobility. This means that children born into lower income families in the Charlotte area have the least chance of being able to move to a higher income bracket as compared to all other metropolitan areas studied....

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First Health Informatics PSM Student Graduates

   December 13, 2013

The Colleges of Computing and Informatics, Health and Human Services and Graduate School are pleased to announce the first graduate from the new Health Informatics Professional Science Master degree.  Casey Rassau will receive her PSM degree...

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