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Data science is an emerging field encompassing processes and systems for extracting knowledge and insights from data. With its interdisciplinary approach that combines aspects of statistics, computer science, data mining, applied mathematics, predictive analytics and visualization, data science aims to turn vast amounts of data into actionable evidence.
The Department of Data Science provides cutting-edge biostatistical and information science expertise to collaborators at UMMC. The center promotes the highest standards in research and education by providing consummate biostatistical expertise to collaborators and scholars towards translating data into evidence and answers. We promote the development of long-term collaborative relationships between our team members and investigators. This increases efficiency through familiarity with specialized areas and issues within disciplines and results in more responsive, comprehensive and productive service to our collaborators.
To provide biostatistical and information science expertise in collaborative support of biomedical and health research.
The Department of Data Science serves researchers at the University of Mississippi Medical Center (UMMC) and other academic health centers, pharmaceutical companies, medical research organizations, managed care providers, non-profit organizations and government agencies, such as the NIH and state health departments.
In April of 2016 the department of Data Science was instituted under the new John D. Bower School of Population Health to address the growing need for Data Visualization, Bioinformatics and Biostatistics
The Center of Biostatistics and Bioinformatics is located in the Guyton Building on the University of Mississippi Medical Center campus (click here for an easy map to our building). For more information, email us at firstname.lastname@example.org or call (601) 984-2696.
2500 North State Street
Jackson, MS 39216
General Information: 601-984-1000
Patient Appointments: 888-815-2005