Room M5123 Public Health 2 (1415 Washington Heights)
Talk to current students over a free lunch.
Graduate students interested in integrating mathematical modeling, and population and laboratory approaches into their dissertation are encouraged to apply to this program.
Applications are due March 1, 2018!
For more information see How To Apply.
Epidemiology Seminar Series tomorrow Thursday, February 8 at 12 noon in SPH I, Room 3755.
"[The National Center for Faculty Development & Diversity (NCFDD) focuses] on four key areas that help you achieve extraordinary writing and research productivity while maintaining a full and healthy life off campus."
Gut Microbiome - New Approaches to Analysis (Webinar)
Global Crossroads Lecture Series
January 17, 2018
Microsoft Word template for your dissertation along with some helpful links!
This workshop is one option for ITiMS fellows to obtain training in population genetics.
ITiMS fellow, Emily Crossette, completed the STAMPS course at the University of Chicago Marine Biological Laboratory this summer.
"This course was an excellent collection of lectures on methods for studying 16S and Next-Gen sequencing data."