Biomedical Informatics Core

Using the Power of Data to Improve Health

The Biomedical Informatics Core (BMI) facilitates data-intensive, multidisciplinary team science to improve the health of patients and populations. 

Biomedical Informatics Team Photo May 2018

Measuring Our Impact

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Biomedical Informatics News

  • Behind the Blue logo
    • Oct 13 2020

    Dr. Lisa Cassis, UK’s vice president for research, oversees the university’s vast medical and nonmedical research efforts. On this episode of "Behind the Blue," she discusses the many areas UK's Office of Research is prioritizing, including greater diversity and inclusion, the increasing commitment to opportunities for undergraduate research, returning research efforts to higher capacity during the COVID-19 pandemic, and more.

  • Hunter Moseley, PhD
    • Aug 26 2020

    The National Science Foundation recently award will support development of new state-of-the-art metabolomics data analysis tools that will derive new data, knowledge and interpretation from the active metabolic state of organisms and ecosystems with broad biological and biomedical applications.

  • Hunter Moseley, PhD
    • Aug 26 2020

    The National Science Foundation recently awarded a three-year, $1,163,869 grant to the University of Kentucky to develop new state-of-the-art metabolomics data analysis tools that will derive new data, knowledge and interpretation from the active metabolic state of organisms and ecosystems with broad biological and biomedical applications.