Places to Work :: Biomedical Informatics
What do biomedical informatics companies do?
Biomedical informatics organizations provide products and services that use computers, software and databases to gather, manage, and analyze data for other life sciences and health care companies and institutions. These data can include genetic information, clinical trials or laboratory research information, electronic patient medical records and more.
What types of people do they employ?
Biomedical informatics organizations employ a range of individuals with technical and non-technical backgrounds, including biostatisticians, customer service representatives, computer engineers, administrative assistants, IT support people, accountants, and clinical research associates.
Who are some of the biomedical informatics companies in Western New York?
Click below to view listings of Buffalo and Rochester based life science companies.