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  3. Data Science Poll 8/13/17 If you utilize cloud computing, which service provider do you currently use?
  4. Let us know how your progress towards applying to UPenn's Computational Biology Ph.D. program goes, Redsox!
  5. I posted the thread in the BMI forums since it pertains to that as well of Machine Learning, but I thought I might as well link that post in case people are interested in that article:
  6. Thought this was super interesting. This article talks about how biomedical informatics and machine learning is helping clinicians better diagnosis and treat schizophrenia. Here's an excerpt from the article: Full link: http://www.medscape.com/viewarticle/883788
  7. I think it would be nice to start a list of all the Ph.D Programs that accept MCAT Scores. I started this below. Ph.D Programs that accept MCAT Scores: Ohio State's Biomedical Informatics Ph.D. Program University of Iowa's Biomedical Sciences Program Standford University's Biomedical Informatics Ph.D. Program I will continue to add schools as I find them. Please post below if you know of a Ph.D. Program that accepts MCAT scores.
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    Fantastic info and very helpful. I enjoyed reading it. نویا سیستم
  9. Just added University of Penn's program to my list. Another stellar program, and definitely one of the more competitive ones. Wish me luck.
  10. Thanks! Just really excited for this upcoming admissions cycle. Hopefully I will be hearing some good news, but just want to have as strong as an application as possible. I know the join Pitt CMU program is extremely competitive, so hopefully my research skills and overall package is what they are looking for.
  11. USC has a really outstanding Bioinformatics program, so good luck to you on your admissions cycle!
  12. How Important is GRE for Ph.D Programs?

    Some of the programs I am applying to have stated what their average GRE scores are, and some will automatically screen you if your GRE falls beneath a minimum threshold. Seems to be the case on some of the more competitive programs I am applying to.
  13. I'm applying to UCLA's program. I'm very nervous however, as I am finishing up a Masters in Bioinformatics, and still do not have any publications. :/ Reading this on the admissions page is really disheartening: I do have extensive undergraduate research as well, but again I've just been unlucky on getting publications.
  14. I'm applying to USC's program. This is more than likely my #1 choice for Bioinformatics programs. I'll also be applying to some other California schools, and branching out to some others on the East coast. Anybody else applying here?
  15. This thread is for anybody who is applying to University of North Carolina's Biostatistics Ph.D. Program, for this upcoming 2017-2018 admissions cycle! Use this thread to talk to other applicants and to discuss the entire admissions process!
  16. This discussion thread is for those who are looking to apply to UCLA's Biostatistics Doctoral Program. Use this thread and talk to other applicants, and also discuss important information pertaining to the admissions cycle.
  17. This thread is for those who plan on applying to Stanford University's Biostatistics Ph.D. Program. Utilize this thread to talk to other applicants about the admissions process, in addition to discussing important information about the program.
  18. This thread is for those who will be applying to Penn State's Biostatistics Ph.D. Program, for this upcoming admissions cycle (2017-2018.)
  19. This thread is dedicated to everyone who is applying to University of Wisconsin-Madison's Biostatistics Ph.D. Program! Utilize this thread to talk to other applicants, and discuss any problems/questions you have about the entire applications process.
  20. This thread is for anybody who plans, is in the process, or who have already applied to Iowa State's Biostatistics Ph.D. Program. Use this thread to discuss with other applicants, talk about the admissions cycle, ect.
  21. This thread is for those who will be applying to Texas A&M's Biostatistics Doctoral Program, for this upcoming admissions cycle (2017-2018.)
  22. This thread is for anybody who will be applying to NC State's Doctoral Biostatistics Program, for the upcoming admissions cycle. Use this thread to talk to other applicants, and discuss the entire process!
  23. How Important is GRE for Ph.D Programs?

    Stephanie has the right idea. GRE scores are an important part of somebody's application. However, other factors are crucial as well (like she mentioned.) Every program is also different, and most programs will state on their homepage the average GRE percentile for those admitted into the program. This can help you gauge your competitiveness for a program, and also offer you a target score if you have not taken your test yet.
  24. This thread is for anybody who plans on applying to University of Chicago Biomedical Informatics Masters Program, for the upcoming 2017 to 2018 school admissions cycle!
  25. This thread is for anybody who is looking to apply to Indiana University's Biomedical Informatics Ph.D Program. Note that this is for IU's Program and not IUPUI. Use this thread if you are interested in their program.
  26. This thread is for anybody who plans (or who has already) applied to Arizona State University's Biomedical Informatics Ph.D. Program. Use this thread to network with other graduate applicants, and discuss the process.
  27. This thread is for everybody who is looking to apply to UCSF's Biological and Medical Informatics Ph.D Program, for the 2018 school year!
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