Graduate Studies in 
Biocomplexity, Systems Biology, and Computational Biology
Indiana University

 
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The NIH Roadmap has identified Interdisciplinary Biosciences which combine Physical, Mathematical, Computational and Biological skills, as the key area of Biological training research for the next 20 years. Such research is essential if the results of the Human Genome Project are to translate into new medical, biotechnological and scientific results.

Indiana University is currently undertaking a major expansion in experimental, computational and theoretical Systems Biology and Biocomplexity, which will expand the number of faculty to approximately 20. Multiple departments have deployed or are developing new syllabi or programs in both undergraduate and graduate training to support these areas. Prospective students should apply to the department whose faculty most closely matches their interests and background. However, substantial opportunities exist for co-supervision and cross-training between departments and with the School of Informatics, School of Medicine, the Center for Medical Genomics & Bioinformatics and the Centers for Computational Biology and Bioinformatics at Indiana University Bloomington and at Indiana University Purdue University Indianapolis.

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