"If I were a senior or first-year graduate student interested in biology, I would migrate as fast as I could into the field of computational biology."
-- Francis Collins, Dir. Of Natl Inst of Health (April 13, 2012)
Bioinformatics Journal Club, November 2012
Bioinformatics, which combines biological and computational research to enhance the scientific understanding of life, is an important focus area at Ohio University. Educational opportunities include courses, certificates, and bioinformatics tracks within undergraduate and graduate degree programs. Scholarships are available to qualified students. Data analysis services, bioinformatics consulting, and software research are provided by the Ohio University Bioinformatics Laboratory.
- For a detailed answer of "What is Bioinformatics?" please see:
- Harvard Medical School has posed a bioinformatics challenge problem, as part of the TopCoder programming competition. The winner of the competition will be awarded $10,000!
See details here!
Pictured above are Ohio University faculty and students who attended the Ohio Collaborative Conference on Bioinformatics (OCCBIO ‘09), held at Case Western Reserve University (photo was taken during the banquet at the Cleveland Museum of Natural History, June 16, 2009.)