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Bioinformatics is a set of methods that can take large sets of biological data and use computers to extract out meaningful results. Bioinformaticians study human diseases, find new, more powerful drugs, and unlock the secrets of the biology of many different organisms. Bioinformatics is becoming the heart of biological and biomedical sciences, and our program is designed to give you a deep and broad background and training in the practice and theory of computational biology and chemistry. Training in Bioinformatics prepares you well for today's and tomorrow's economy and gives you marketable skills, as well as preparing you for careers in healthcare and basic and biomedical research.