The Quantitative and Computational Biology program is an interdisciplinary Ph.D. program at Princeton University that offers a wide variety of research at the interface between biology, quantitative sciences, and computation. Housed at the Lewis-Sigler Institute for Integrative Genomics, our areas of research are diverse and include genomics, computational biology, systems biology, biophysics, quantitative genetics, molecular evolution, and microbial interactions. As such, our program welcomes students from a wide variety of backgrounds.
- Introduction to QCB
- Interactive faculty panel
- Admissions process tips and tricks
- Graduate school life panel hosted by students
- Networking opportunities with Princeton faculty and students
We strongly encourage prospective Ph.D. applicants from historically underrepresented groups in STEM to attend and learn about QCB at Princeton.
QCB Graduate Program: https://lsi.princeton.edu/qcbgraduate
Lewis-Sigler Institute: https://lsi.princeton.edu/
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