Biomedical informatics is a branch of health informatics that uses data to help clinicians, researchers and scientists to improve human health and provide healthcare. It is an evolving discipline that has grown along with advances in biomedicine, which applies the principles of the natural sciences, especially biology and biochemistry, to medicine and healthcare.
It is the branch of biomedical technology that deals with the tracking and measuring of biomedical data by using computers and technology. The application of informatics in cellular and molecular biology often focus on genomics. The sub-term translational bioinformatics is used to describe bioinformatics applied to human health
Edelweiss Biomedical Research and Review Journal publish manuscripts on biomedical informatics. We publish the articles on Research, Review, Opinion articles, Case reports, Mini review, and short communication.