Department of Biomedical and Health Informatics



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DBHi's talented multidisciplinary team combines both technological and scientific expertise to transform research and clinical data into innovative solutions that directly impact patient outcomes. Additionally, DBHi provides an academic home for all research informatics activities, including the development and deployment of intellectual, technical, and educational resources in biomedical computing, along with the ACGME-accredited Clinical Informatics Fellowship program at Children's Hospital of Philadelphia.

DBHi consists of a variety of programs that rely on team science, including Arcus - a project-centered program for CHOP’s research community that seamlessly links biological, clinical, research, and environmental data.

Clinical Informatics Fellowship

The Clinical Informatics Fellowship at CHOP provides training for successful careers as a practicing informatician, leader, and innovator in academic, healthcare, and industry settings. The two-year program includes both didactic and rotational training. All physician faculty in the Fellowship Program are board certified through the ABPM-Clinical Informatics Subspecialty Board. Two Clinical Informatics Fellowship positions are awarded each year.

Cornerstone Blog
Learn how computational science experts help advance our data-driven research at CHOP.
Available Arcus and CHOP resources to help you prepare for mandated data sharing for NIH-funded research.
Cornerstone Blog
Children’s Hospital of Philadelphia has a leading role in the NCI’s plan to streamline drug development for childhood cancers.