About the BioMedIn Program
The BioMedIn program at Bar-Ilan University is the only one of its kind in Israel.
During their studies in this unique program, physicians, researchers and scientists will acquire knowledge in all of the above-mentioned fields, with the objective of improving their computational research capabilities and applying them towards clinical applications. This will provide them with the basis for understanding and developing innovative medical research projects.
The Program's curriculum will position its graduates at a similar knowledge and professional level as their counterparts in countries developing cutting edge research in the field of Bio-Medical Informatics.
Students of the BioMedIn Program will be able to continue their studies towards an MSc or a PhD, under the supervision of the Faculty of the Computational Biology Study Track at the Faculty of Life Sciences and the Sheba Medical Center at Tel Hashomer.
The study program:
|Course no.||Course||Semester||Lecture W.H.*||Exercise W.H.*||Total W.H.*||Responsible lecturer|
|80-660||Bioinformatics with a clinical orientation||A||2||1||3||Prof. Ron UngerDr. Eran Eyal|
|80-663||A||2||1||3||Dr. Rachel Levy-Drummer|
|80-662||Advanced molecular methods in clinical application||A||2||2||Dr. Erez LevanonDr. Eran EyalDr. Ninette Amariglio|
|80-661||Biomathematical models for physicians||B||2||1||3||Prof. Yoram Lozon
Prof. Ramit Mehr
|80-664||Medical system biology||B||2||1||3||Dr. Yanai OfranDr. Sol Efroni|
|80-665||Mining medical information||B||2||1||3||Dr. Ronen Tal-Botzer|
* W.H. = number of weekly academic hours per semester.
To the syllabi of the courses for the 2010-2011 school year
The total number of study hours in the program:
255 academic hours of lectures
145 academic hours of exercises and project preparation
Total: 400 academic hours
Duration of studies: two semesters (to complete the Program)
Number of study hours: 1st semester – 8 academic hours per week
2nd semester – 9 academic hours per week
Studies will be held on Mondays.
Last Updated Date : 10/05/2012