We are now accepting application for the Computational Genomics Summer Institute 2024! Please follow the application link above and see below for more information. The preliminary CGSI 2024 speakers will be announced in the winter and will be updated as they confirm.
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CGSI is supported by a grant from the NIH. Outcomes of the program, including publications that resulted from a collaboration that started at CGSI, demonstrate the impact of the program. Please complete the form to report a publication. The form also has a space for reporting other kinds of outcomes.
CGSI brings together mathematical and computational scientists working in the areas of genomics, medical imaging, and analysis of electronic health records. The program fosters interactions between researchers at all career stages and advances the mathematical foundations of this exciting field.
With support from NIH grants GM135043 and GM112625 and in partnership with the Safra Center for Bioinformatics at Tel Aviv University.
Graduate students and recent PhDs may apply to participate in the entire 23-day program, including the Big Bear retreat and both short courses. The intermediate week will consist of morning lectures and daily affinity group discussions and presentations. Housing is available for an additional fee.