April 15: Deadline for applications
April 25: Notification of acceptance and scholarships
Send application materials to:
All applicants: Send a current CV, including
contact information (email, mailing address, phone number),
educational background, and current affiliaiton and position.
Scholarship applicants: Include a one-page research statement,
including your specific interest
in learning computational methods.
The course will begin with a day of foundations in mathematical modeling and statistics.
Each day thereafter, there will be lectures in the morning and corresponding practical
exercises in the afternoon.
Topics will include phylogenetics and molecular evolution of viruses and antibodies,
network and pathway analysis, biochemical reaction modeling, population-dynamic modeling,
biomedical ontologies, and more.
Hamid Bolouri, Fred Hutchinson Cancer Research Center
Cliburn Chan, Duke University
Lindsay Cowell, University of Texas Southwest
Will Fisher, Los Alamos National Labs
Tom Kepler, Boston University
Bette Korber, Los Alamos National Labs
Doug Lauffenburger, MIT
Peter Linsley, Benaroya Research Institute
Martin Meier-Schellersheim, NIAID, NIH
Barry Smith, University of Buffalo
Cate Speake, Benaroya Research Institute