Grand Valley State University
Professor Computing and Information Systems
Dr. Guenter Tusch is Professor for Computing and Information Systems and Program Director of the Health Informatics and Bioinformatics Graduate Program of Grand Valley State University in Grand Rapids, MI, USA.
His current research fields are classification and data mining in biomedical and bioinformatics applications with focus on integrated decision-support systems and their effective implementation. Another focus is on microarray and NGS data analysis and temporal data mining in biomedical informatics in cooperation with Stanford University.
Dr. Tusch is and has been actively involved in the leadership of several Data Mining, Genomics, and Educational Working Groups at the American Medical Informatics Association (AMIA) and the International Society for Computational Biology (ISCB).
Dr. Tusch is currently Program Director of the Medical and Bioinformatics Graduate Program at Grand Valley State University. He came to the US in 2001 to help the program getting started. He was involved in funding, program and curriculum development. The program is member of AMIA’s Academic Forum. GVSU’s Medical and Bioinformatics Program is in the Top 25 Master’s in Healthcare Informatics Degrees ranked by mba-healthcare-management.com.