A post-doctoral level Programme for physicists, chemists, mathematicians, statisticians, engineers, computer scientists etc. seeking training to become leaders in Quantitative Biomedicine.
The XDF Programme partners the School of Informatics with the Institute of Genetics and Cancer to train genuinely cross-disciplinary researchers.
Biomedical data have already attained a scale, diversity and potential that are unprecedented.
Analytically minded people with unique skillsets.
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The programme will be led by a board of Directors who will provide Fellows with diverse perspectives.
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Interdisciplinarity and innovation lies at the heart of the University.
Cross-disciplinary Research Environment
Systems biology must be embedded in a cross-disciplinary environment with biologists, chemists, computer scientists, engineers, mathematicians, physicists, and physicians. Our fundamental mantra is that leading-edge systems biology should drive the development of relevant technologies, and these, in turn, should push the creation of the necessary computational tools for handling the relevant data (often big data). These approaches have transformed our understanding of biological complexity.
Lessons Learned as President of the Institute for Systems Biology (2000–2018) Leroy E.Hood