Traning

Our educational opportunities range from summer internships to postdoctoral fellowships, and include courses, workshops and training programs. We welcome candidates with backgrounds in computer science, engineering, statistics, applied mathematics, and related disciplines, who are looking for training in bioinformatics and computational biology to contact us.
Courses
biomedical computing, Harvard-MIT HST (HST 950) and MIT EECS (6.872).
A graduate and undergraduate introduction to biomedical computing, including bioinformatics, clinical informatics and public health informatics.
bioinformatics and proteomics, MIT EECS (6.092).
An engineering-oriented hands-on introduction to bioinformatics and proteomics at graduate and undergraduate level.
Workshops
bayes bootcamp, Countway Library of Medicine, Harvard Medical School.
Our annual workshop describing our major intellectual tools (Bayesian methods) and their application to genomics.
k-club, Harvard School of Dental Medicine.
A year-long seminar series for junior faculty and research fellows to learn how to write a successfull Career Award proposal.
Research fellowship
NLM training fellowship in biomedical informatics, Children’s Hospital Boston.
A postdoctoral fellowship program in biomedical informatics sponsored by the National Library of Medicine, National Institutes of Health.
Doctoral program
bioinformatics and integrative genomics program, Harvad-MIT HST.
Bioinformatics and Integrative Genomics (BIG) program, an PhD program training engineering and physis students to solve problems in biomedical sciences.
College program
undergradute research opportunities program (UROP) at MIT.
One of the earliest programs of its kind in the United States, UROP offers MIT undergraduates the possibility to undertake projects in our research laboratory.
Summer program
research science institute (RSI) at MIT.
A summer program for high-school students with special interests in the sciences and mathematics to work on research projects in academic laboratories.