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March 17, 2006

New Master's Degree in Bioinformatics Offered at UIUC

GSLIS (the Graduate School of Library and Information Science) recently announced that two of their professors, Associate Professors Carole Palmer and Bryan Heidorn, had been awarded a $250,000 NSF grant to develop curriculum for a new master's degree specializing in the field of bioinformatics. Read the announcement or learn more about the GSLIS program.

This is part of a campus-wide program whereby students may obtain a MS in Bioinformatics from one of five departments, depending on their desired area of specialization. Students interested in this program must apply for admission to one of the participating departments/units:

Posted by Katie Newman at March 17, 2006 12:18 PM