UAB's Genetics, Genomics, and Bioinformatics Graduate (GGB) PhD Theme
|Please join us in welcoming our 2014 incoming class:
The GGB provides students with an outstanding, flexible, didactic training experience to prepare them for independent and innovative careers in research. We emphasize a broad approach to the fundamental principles of genetics and genomics, and offer a large pool of mentors with expertise in a wide variety of research areas. We invite you to explore our Web site today.
New Classes in Computational Biology and Bioinformatics:
GBS 727 - Advanced Human Genomics
GBS 746 - Introduction to Scientific Computing
GBS 748 - Structural Bioinformatics
GBS 755 - Integrative Informatics
GBS 787 - Computational Genomics
New Journal Club:
Computational Biology and Bioinformatics Journal Club
Discovery reveals more of inherited risk for rare disease. UAB GGB PhD candidate, Jing Xie, is a co-author on this new and exciting paper.
UAB launches Undiagnosed Diseases Program. This new UAB clinical program will tackle cases where a diagnosis has not been made despite extensive efforts by the referring physician. Click here to read more.
Announcing a new Genetics and Genomics Journal Club, which will meet Tuesday mornings at 10 am beginning Fall Semester 2013 in the Finley Conference Center. For more information, email email@example.com.
Lean more about our exciting partnership: Our students may now perform lab rotations and do their thesis work in laboratories of HudsonAlpha investigators in Huntsville, AL. The HudsonAlpha Institute for Biotechnology is the cornerstone of a 150-acre biotech campus strategically located in Cummings Research Park, the nation’s second largest research park. Researchers at HudsonAlpha are making discoveries and transforming new knowledge into solutions to make significant advancements in health, wellbeing, and livelihood. UAB GGB second year student, Ben Weaver has joined the lab of Dr. Greg Cooper. Read more about this partnership.