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MU Informatics Institute

Building on a tradition of outstanding informatics education and research at Missouri, the MU Informatics Institute (MUII) is an interdisciplinary research and education program supported by 44 core faculty members from 17 departments and 8 colleges/schools, such as the College of Engineering, School of Medicine, Sinclair School of Nursing, College of Arts and Sciences, College of Agriculture, Food & Natural Resources, School of Health Professionals, and the College of Education.

The Institute offers a doctoral degree program in the areas of bioinformatics, health informatics, and geoinformatics. Each concentration stresses the skill sets and research appropriate for the subfield within the broad area of informatics.

Seminar Series

MUII Seminar Presentation

Jing Han
MUII PhD Student

Monday, Nov. 17th, 2014
11:00AM-12:00PM

S110 Memorial Union

Faculty Spotlight

MUII Core Faculty

Sean Goggins
Assistant Professor

Department
School of Information Science and Learning Technologies
Concentration
Health Informatics
Recent Publications
16 articles since 2009
Current Funding
$300,000.00

Recent News

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NSF awards $300,000 to develop principles, systems and detailed methodological approaches for sharing and explaining OOC research results across disciplines

Open online communities (OOC), such as Wikipedia or free and open source software (FOSS) development projects, have emerged as significant drivers of innovation, economic activity and social well-being. The National Science Foundation has awarded $300,000 to the University of Missouri Informatics Institute to develop principles, systems and detailed methodological approaches for sharing OOC data and explaining OOC research results across disciplines.

10/09/2014

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MUII alumna wins NIH fellowship award

09/28/2014

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NSF Grants $1 Million to MU to Expand Supercomputer Equipment and Expertise for Big Data Analytics at MU

The National Science Foundation (NSF) has awarded $1 million in two grants to the University of Missouri to install a supercomputer enabling data-intensive research and education at MU in fields such as bioinformatics, geoinformatics, high performance computing and engineering applications.

09/26/2014

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Dr. Trupti Joshi article on SoyKB and iPlant collaborative work in the International Science grid this week

08/27/2014

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MUII Core Faculty Receive NSF Award

08/15/2014

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