Two New NIH-funded Short Courses

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CCBS is proud to launch two new three-week short courses in systems biology.  These courses, each supported by five-year grants from the NIH, will be held on the UCI campus, and are open to trainees and established researchers from around the U.S. and abroad. They both include lecture, small-group instruction, and laboratory components, as well as mentoring and networking opportunities.

The two courses will be held concurrently from May 7th-May 25th, 2018.

One is entitled, "Systems Biology, A Foundation for Interdisciplinary Careers". This course covers multiple topics in systems biology, and is targeted both toward individuals with backgrounds in the mathematical, computational or physical sciences as well as individuals with biological or biomedical backgrounds.  The course emphasizes mentoring and skills development for dealing with the unique challenges of following an interdisciplinary career path.

The other course is entitled "Cancer Systems Biology", and is focused on exciting research topics at the intersection between Cancer Biology and Systems Biology.  It is also open to individuals with diverse backgrounds at multiple career stages. 

Registration for both courses will open on February 15th. 

Please click on the course titles or posters above to visit their websites and find out more!

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