Dr. Campbell wins award for research ingenuity
Recent Informatics graduate W. Scott Campbell, MBA, Ph.D., holds the Thomas Jefferson Ingenuity award, given each cycle to a graduate student for ingenuity in doctoral research. He is shown, from left, with BMI Chair James McClay, M.D., Graduate Studies Dean Dele Davis, M.D,. and Laura Bilek, Ph.D.
The Biomedical Informatics Graduate Program (BMI) was formally approved by the Regents of the University and the State of Nebraska in the Spring of 2013. This program brings together experts and resources from multiple campuses including the University of Nebraskaa Medical Center (UNMC), the University of Nebraska Omaha (UNO) and the University of Nebraska Lincoln (UNL).