Biomedical Informatics and Computational Biology
World-Class Resources, World-Changing Programs
Computation is the vanguard of today’s biomedical research. UMR’s Biomedical Informatics and Computational Biology (BICB) program is the vanguard of biomedical computation. We combine the strengths and skills of eight internationally renowned partners - University of Minnesota Rochester, University of Minnesota Twin Cities, Mayo Clinic, IBM, The Hormel Institute, Cray, Inc., National Marrow Donor Program (NMDP), and the Brain Sciences Center - to create a one-of-a-kind opportunity for research and graduate education at the intersection of quantitative sciences, biology, and medicine.
The 7th Annual BICB Research Symposium will be held January 16, 2015 at the University of Minnesota Rochester. Registration is now closed. For more information on the symposium, click here.
Scott Simpkins, BICB Ph.D. student, receives National Science Foundation (NSF) Fellowship Honor. Read more >>
Dr. Claudia Neuhauser, named to Fellows of the American Mathematical Society (AMS) for 2013. Read more >>
Susan Van Riper, BICB Ph.D. student, receives Doctoral Dissertation Fellowship from the University's Graduate School.
Dr. Claudia Neuhauser, Vice Chancellor for Academic Affairs at the University of Minnesota Rochester, Elected as 2011 Fellow of the American Association for the Advancement of Science.
Computational Strategies for Mapping Genetic Interaction Networks, $711,269 NIH award to Chad Myers, Ph.D., 4/1/10–11/30/12. This award will support work on computational methods for deriving quantitative measurements of genetic interactions from colony-based growth assays. This work will also involve developing strategies for computationally directed iterative genetic interaction screens.