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Figure 1: The Science, Technology, Engineering, and Mathematics educational pipeline to careers in biomedical and pathology informatics. The pipeline initiates at the high-school level with the Computer Science, Biology and Biomedical Informatics program, which provides a potential entry point for young scholars. Students can perpetuate through the pipeline as a Computer Science, Biology and Biomedical Informatics intern and/or their undergraduate major of study (i.e. bioinformatics), which provides another potential pipeline entry point for college students. Underrepresented undergraduate students in Science, Technology, Engineering, and Mathematics fields are offered another potential entry point into the Science, Technology, Engineering, and Mathematics pipeline through our Biomedical Research, Informatics, and Computer Science program

Figure 1: The Science, Technology, Engineering, and Mathematics educational pipeline to careers in biomedical and pathology informatics. The pipeline initiates at the high-school level with the Computer Science, Biology and Biomedical Informatics program, which provides a potential entry point for young scholars. Students can perpetuate through the pipeline as a Computer Science, Biology and Biomedical Informatics intern and/or their undergraduate major of study (i.e. bioinformatics), which provides another potential pipeline entry point for college students. Underrepresented undergraduate students in Science, Technology, Engineering, and Mathematics fields are offered another potential entry point into the Science, Technology, Engineering, and Mathematics pipeline through our Biomedical Research, Informatics, and Computer Science program