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``Bioinformatics is the design and development of computer-based technology that supports life science. Using this definition bioinformatics tools and systems perform a diverse range of functions including: data collection, data mining, data analysis, data management, data integration, simulation, statistics, and visualization. Computer-aided technology directly supporting medical applications is excluded from this definition and is referred to as medical informatics.'' ``In Bioinformatics: Managing Scientific Data, Zoé Lacroix and T. Critchlow Editors Morgan Kaufmann, p. 3, 2003.
I have compiled information regarding bioinformatics studies at the University of Ottawa, here are just some of the possibilities, from a Computer Science perspective.