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Announcing a new joint program in computational precision health

Computational precision health bridges medicine, statistics, public health, and computation to create new advances in treating and preventing disease and promoting health.

Computational Precision Health will train students to rigorously formulate problems with direct impact on individual and population health, and to develop new computational methods to address these problems in the complexity of the real world.

The Division of Computing, Data Science, and Society brings together programs, schools, departments, and partners to create accessible and equitable educational opportunities in data science and catalyze groundbreaking research to meet society’s greatest challenges.
The Institute’s mission is to build the preeminent foundation of talent and knowledge and bring together a broad and diverse community of innovators to advance computational science in health research, practice, and education in support of improved health for all.