The Department of Biostatistics & Medical Informatics focuses on graduate education and research to improve human health and well being. Our faculty and staff collaborate with researchers in the basic and clinical sciences throughout the School and Medicine and Public Health and across the larger University of Wisconsin-Madison campus, and train students in our Biomedical Data Science graduate program, as well as programs in the Departments of Statistics, Computer Sciences, Population Health Sciences, and Electrical and Computer Engineering and in the Institute for Clinical and Translational Research Professional Degree programs.
Your generosity will help us further advance our department mission which focuses on:
- research in statistical methodology and computational methods for a variety of biomedical problems
- collaboration in the design, conduct, and analyses of laboratory, clinical, and epidemiologic studies and clinical trials
- graduate education and postdoctoral training
Gifts to the Department of Biostatistics and Medical Informatics can be made through our philanthropic entity, the UW Foundation.
NOTE: be sure to click the “Add To Gift” button once you have indicated how much you wish to donate.
BMI-East Building Project (CDIS Building for the Future Fund – 112540128): these funds will support the transformative building project that integrates east-campus BMI operations with the UW School of Computer Data and Information Sciences
Give a Gift by Mail
To mail a gift, please download and complete the UWF printable form and mail it along with your check made payable to: the University of Wisconsin Foundation at the address below:
University of Wisconsin Foundation U.S. Bank Lockbox
P.O. Box 78807
Milwaukee WI 53278-0807
*To properly assign your gift using the mailing form, please be sure to indicate the gift designation and dollar amount for each fund as listed below: Biostatistics Research Fund (12900254) | DeMets Scholarship Fund (12587427) | Department of Biostatistics & Medical Informatics Community Fund (112580042)
Help or Questions
Please use the Contact Form or call the Biostatistics & Medical Informatics Main Office at 608-263-1706.