The six-month programme will be offered in a hybrid format suitable for executive education.
The Indian Institute of Science (IISc) is offering an advanced certification programme in digital health and imaging digitally. The admissions to this course will start in July 2020.
The advanced course will target professionals and teach them about the latest solutions in eHealth, personalised healthcare, biotech, medical devices, wearables and digital therapeutics. The six-month programme will be offered in a hybrid format suitable for executive education.
The course will be available through TalentSprint, an ed-tech platform, which claims that the certification course is the first of many programmes in their collaboration. Those interested can apply at iisc.talentsprint.com. The application process has already started to enroll the first batch of 50 candidates.
The Advanced Certification Program in Digital Health and Imaging will be led by Dr Phaneendra Yalavarthy, Associate Professor in the Department of Computer and Data Sciences, IISc.
IISc Director, Anurag Kumar said, “The debut programme is at the intersection of data sciences and biomedical sciences. This field has been emerging over the last few years and has gathered serious momentum in the wake of COVID-19.”
Dr. Santanu Paul, co-founder and CEO of TalentSprint, said, “This programme is ideal for current and aspiring professionals in Clinical Data Science, Biotechnology, Pharmaceuticals, InsureTech, Medical Science and Start-ups for whom digital healthcare will certainly be the new normal.”
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