Doctoral Student Granted BD3 Training Program Award

The Center for Health Information Partnerships is pleased to announce that doctoral student Lindsay Zimmerman, MPH, has been chosen to participate in the Biomedical Data-Driven Discovery (BD3) Training Program.  Along with the training program, Ms. Zimmerman has been awarded two years of funding for her chosen areas of research.

The BD3 Training Program at Northwestern University is a collaborative effort with educators and researchers from the Feinberg School of Medicine (FSM), the McCormick School of Engineering and Applied Science (MEAS), the Weinberg College of Arts and Sciences (WCAS), and the School of Communication.  BD3’s aim is to train future scientists for both academia and industry who will develop novel Big Data methods to advance science and improve health.  

Congratulations to Lindsay Zimmerman on this award!  We are thrilled to have such an accomplished student on our team.  

To learn more about the BD3 Training Program, please visit the NUCATS website.

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