The Bioinformatics Training Program prepares students in the field bioinformatics and applied computational biology by engaging them in cutting-edge collaborative research featuring a strong biological or biomedical application.
The Proteomics Training Program in Advanced Proteome Informatics of Cancer, funded by the National Cancer Institute supports students performing graduate cancer-related research and provides training for proteome informatics research.
IGERT is an NSF funded training program on Open Data and is designed to develop better practices for data sharing and reuse in multiple disciplines. In particular, biological sciences are disciplines of focus. Since bioinformatics often involves the management, integration, storage, reuse, and analysis of biological data, this IGERT is particularly appropriate for students in the bioinformatics graduate program.