Morehouse School of Medicine is offering a free 5-Week summer program to expose motivated college students and post baccalaureate to the fields of Health Informatics and Biotechnology. These fields are high in demand, high paying, and need students like you to enter. 

There are two summer pipeline programs with virtual learning formats and synchronous meetings to apply to: Biotechnology and Bioentrepreneurship, and Health Informatics. Upon completion, students will receive a $500 stipend, a $1000 scholarship, and guaranteed admission into the 14 month online Master of Science in the Health Informatics or the 1-year online Master of Science in Biotechnology program. 

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The biotechnology field intersects biology and technology to improve the quality of human life. This field continues to lead new product development and commercialization designed to enrich the world around us. Some examples where Biotechnology plays a role is: drug development, production of biologics, plant and animal science, medical devices. Not only are there plenty of job options in Biotechnology, but it also pays extremely well. For example, the median salary as a biomedical engineer is $91,410 per year. Learn more about the Bridges to Biotechnology and Bioentrepreneurship.

The field of Health Informatics combines the field of information technology, science, and medicine while improving patient outcome. Some of the essential disciplines this field deals with are the resources, devices and methods to acquire, store, and use information in health and medicine. Health Informatics is very important in today’s healthcare industry and is among the fastest growing sectors. This robust online degree program includes a health informatics capstone practicum led by industry experts. You will gain the confidence you need to succeed in the healthcare industry after completing this program at Morehouse School of Medicine. 

Learn more about the Bridge to Health Informatics. *Disclosure: Pending SACSCOC approval.

The application deadline is April 26th, 2021. For more information you can contact: Nia Kennedy at