The Doctoral Graduate Program
Computational Biology is not admitting new students for the coming year.
It is currently undergoing a reconsideration of its academic program.
The Program in Computational Biology (COB) offers training in the
fundamentals and applications of computational methods to biological
problems, including macromolecular structure and function (proteins,
DNAs, RNAs), genomic analysis and bioinformatics, the structure and
function of physiological systems (cells, organs, neuronal networks),
and methods for cellular and biomedical imaging. COB training
emphasizes innovative research in the biosciences and medicine, using a
variety of modern techniques for computing, modeling and data analysis.