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Steve Cohen, PhD
Academic Director, Biotechnology Program

Biotechnology Program
109 Hurtig Hall
617.373.7578
617.373.8795 (fax)
Cynthia Bainton, Academic Manager, c.bainton@northeastern.edu

Daniel A. Feinberg, MBA
Assistant Clinical Instructor and Program Director, Health Informatics Program

Health Informatics Program
312 Robinson Hall
617.373.5005 (fax)
Daniel A. Feinberg, Assistant Clinical Instructor and Program Director, d.feinberg@northeastern.edu

Stephen Intille, PhD
Associate Professor and Program Director, Personal Health Informatics Program

Personal Health Informatics Program
974 West Village H
617.373.3711
Associate Professor and Program Director, s.intille@northeastern.edu

Students in Northeastern University’s graduate biotechnology program attain a common core knowledge of biotechnology with particular emphasis on the ability to integrate knowledge across disciplinary boundaries. Track objectives are to provide students with didactic and practical knowledge in protein analytical approaches and methodologies for activities and functions of biopharmaceuticals (biopharmaceutical analytical sciences); in formulation development and drug product manufacturing of biopharmaceuticals (pharmaceutical technologies); and in development and optimization of drug substance manufacturing of biopharmaceuticals (process sciences).

With Northeastern University’s interdisciplinary graduate programs in health informatics, you have an opportunity to gain the knowledge and skills needed to use information technology to improve healthcare delivery and outcomes—and to advance your career in a growing field. We seek to educate the leaders who use technology to improve healthcare for the future.