The State University of New York at Buffalo’s medical school has been awarded a five-year, $2.5 million grant from the National Library of Medicine to train researchers to analyze and leverage the explosion of healthcare data that is transforming the industry.

Under the NLM grant, the medical school’s Department of Biomedical Informatics will train as many as 15 doctoral and postdoctoral researchers in three major areas—clinical informatics, including socio-technical and human-centered design, workflow analysis and cybersecurity; translational bioinformatics, including database management, pharmacogenomics and predictive modeling; and clinical research informatics, including a big data science training program, statistical machine learning and data mining.

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