Genome Training Grant
The NIH/NHGRI Genome Training Grant prepares pre and postdoctoral trainees for research careers in acquiring and interpreting genomic data and using this information in biomedical research. We recognize that this type of research will demand interdisciplinary approaches and multidisciplinary collaborations. One goal of this program is to attract individuals from the physical sciences and engineering to the forefront of modern biological research. The program also trains cellular and molecular biologists in other disciplines so that they can effectively collaborate at this interdisciplinary interface. Towards this end, we support fourteen predoctoral and seven postdoctoral trainees each year.
For further information, please please read the either the "Postdoctoral Applicants" or "Predoctoral Applicants" sections of this site or contact Brian Giebel at bgiebel
[ a t ] u.washington.edu
Genome Training Grant 2015 Symposium
"Cells to Systems: Lessons from Single Cell 'Omics"
Wednesday, July 8 | Foege Auditorium | specific times to be announced
Dr. Long Cai
Dr. Christina Fan
Dr. Cole Trapnell
Dr. Kun Zhang
Please see the GTG Symposium website for more information.
Terms & Conditions: for predocs | for postdocs
List of Current Trainees