Idaho State University Undergraduate Catalog 2005-2006
The Biomedical Research Institute embraces the latest advances in
biomedical engineering, biotechnology, nanotechnology, neuroscience and
bioinformatics and bio-signaling research in medicine, biology, and
healthcare. The Institute aims to further enhance the fulfillment of
the mission and goal of Idaho State University as the lead among Idaho
universities in the health professions.
The Informatics Research Institute (IRI) is an academic unit providing coordination
for several interdisciplinary degrees and research centers across campus.
Informatics is an integrative discipline that arises from the synergistic
application of computational, informational, organizational, cognitive, and
other disciplines whose primary focus is in the acquisition, storage and use
of information in a broad spectrum of domains.
of Emergency Management, (IEM)
located on the Idaho State University Boise Center Campus, was approved by the
Idaho State Board of Education in July 2003. The purpose of the Institute is to
offer workshops, courses, certificates, and in the future degrees, to meet the
professional and career development needs of Idahoans employed in or planning a
career in Emergency Management. The Institute delivers courses statewide
at various sites in Idaho
communities, to meet the needs of local first responders. Here is the link to the IEM registration website.
The Institute of Rural Health,
established in 1989, is a University-based research, education, and
service organization providing research,
consultation and technical assistance to governments and communities in
the health field. Its work spans public health, health professions
training, community programming, and mental health areas.
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