A Training Program for New Ph.D’s
The Department of Statistics at Texas A&M University announces its new two-year training program in Bioinformatics, funded by the NCI (National Cancer Institute). Funding is restricted to U.S. citizens and permanent residents.
Program participants will receive training via a structured format in biology, genetics, and various genomics technologies such as microarray and biological mechanisms of cancer that may be activated by nutrition-related factors.
The program includes members from the Department of Statistics, the Faculty of Nutrition, and Electrical Engineering’s Genomic Signal Processing Labortory.
For more information, visit the T-32 training page.