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4. Career Pathways in Biomedical Informatics

Module by: Dr. Sujata Krishna. E-mail the author

Summary: A peek into of the career paths of some individuals in the BioMedical Informatics area.

A Set of Career Pathways showing:

  • Ching Lau,M.D., Ph.D working in a clinical and lab setting
  • Jorge Herskovic, M.D., Ph. D. working as an Assistant Professor in Bioinformatics
  • Ricardo Flores, M.D. working in a clinical and lab setting
  • Hong Zhou, Ph. D. working as Faculty at UCLA
  • Kimberly Mankiewicz, Ph. D. working as a Technical Writer
  • For Links to other careers scroll to the end of this module

Figure 1: Ching Lau, M.D., Ph.D. Associate Professor, Baylor College of Medicine.
Ching Lau, M.D., Ph. D.

Figure 2: Jorge Herskovic, Ph.D. Assistant Professor in Biomedical informatics at University of Texas, Health Science Center, Houston.
Jorge Herskovic, M.D., Ph. D.

Figure 3: Ricardo Flores, M.D., Baylor College of Medicine.
Ricardo Flores, M.D.

Figure 4: Hong Zhou Ph.D., UCLA.
Hong Zhou, Ph. D.

Figure 5: Kimberly Manckiewicz Ph.D., Technical Writer, UT-Health
Kimberly Mankiewicz, Ph. D.

Anonymous Comments:

  • Feb 2011: This young woman definitely offers a lot of useful advice for those that are interested in this field of study. It is good that she speaks in terms that are general enough for a graduate student to find the necessary and proper path to lead them to the right avenues. She is very informative.

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