Application Overview for All Programs

Research Master of Science (MS)

This Master’s program is an on-campus program that covers the breadth of the biomedical informatics foundations and applications.  We admit students to our MS program for Autumn quarter only. The deadline for completed applications is December 15.

Before applying, please make sure to carefully review our admission requirements. For information on applying to the program, please go here.

Research Doctor of Philosphy (PhD)

This PhD program is an on-campus program that covers the breadth of the biomedical informatics foundations and applications. We admit students to our PhD program for Autumn quarter only. The deadline for completed applications is December 15.

Before applying, please make sure to carefully review our admission requirements.   For information on applying to the program, please go here.

Research Post-doctoral Studies

This post-doctoral program is an on-campus program that covers the breadth of the biomedical informatics foundations and applications.  Those without PhDs are generally expected to complete the Research Master of Science.  We admit students to our Post-doctoral Program for Autumn quarter only. The deadline for completed applications is April 15.

Before applying, please make sure to carefully review our admission instructions.  For information on applying to the program, please go here.

Clinical Informatics Fellowship 

This fellowship is an ACGME-accredited Clinical Informatics Fellowship run by us in partnership with UW Medicine Information Technology Services and the Department of Family Medicine.   This is a two-year on-campus program consisting of hands-on rotations in UW Medicine Information Technology Services and the didactic curriculum is based on the CIPCT program.

We admit students to our Clinical Informatics Fellowship for July 1.    The deadline for completed applications is November 15.  For information on applying to the program, please go here.

Teaching Scholars Program

The Teaching Scholars Program (TSP) at the University of Washington is a one-year professional development program for educators in the health professions who have a passion for teaching and a desire to become academic leaders.  For additional details and how to apply, please go here.

Clinical Informatics and Patient-Center Technologies MS Program (CIPCT)

CIPCT students are admitted by the School of Nursing for Autumn quarter only. The deadline for completed applications is May 1.  Before applying, please make sure to carefully review the admission requirements.   For information on applying to the program, please go here.