Announcing Systems Biology Short Courses @ The Center for Complex Biological Systems
The Center for Complex Biological Systems at the University of California, Irvine is excited to announce two new NIH-funded “short courses” in Systems Biology.
Course 1 – Systems Biology, A Foundation for Interdisciplinary Careers
Course 2 – Cancer Systems Biology
These are three week, on-site, intensive lecture- and laboratory-based courses intended for graduate students, postdoctoral fellows, junior and senior faculty, and industry scientists. Training will be provided by UCI faculty and invited outside experts.
Both courses will be held from May 7th-May 25th, 2018, on the UCI Campus in beautiful Southern California.
The courses have been designed to serve both individuals from quantitative and computational disciplines who wish to apply their training to biology, as well as individuals from biological and biomedical science who wish to move their research in more quantitative and computational directions.
The courses are supported by NIH grants and other sources that provide financial support for course activities and a portion of trainee expenses. Diverse, minority and disabled applicants are especially encouraged to apply, and are eligible for additional financial support.
Detailed information about both courses can be found on the Center for Complex Biological Systems home page (http://ccbs.uci.edu), or by clicking on the course titles above. In addition, please feel free to contact any one of organizers if you have any specific questions.
Co-directors, Systems Biology: Foundation for Interdisciplinary Careers
- German Enciso ([email protected])
- Arthur Lander ([email protected])
Co-directors, Cancer Systems Biology
- John Lowengrub ([email protected])
- Marian Waterman ([email protected])
Academic Coordinator, Center for Complex Biological Systems
- Sohail Jahid ([email protected])