A Winding Path from Complex Analysis to Computational Biology

by Robert Thurman, Principal Computational Biologist,   Seattle Genetics, Bothell, WA ~ Computational biologists come in two types: those who were originally trained mathematically or computationally and then gravitated towards biological problems, and those who were formally trained on the biological side but couldn’t stay away from computers. That generalization is slightly dated, because many colleges... Continue Reading →

ICME Data Science Workshop

ICME will hold one-day summer workshops on Fundamentals of Data Science from August 14-18th at Stanford.  You can sign up for one workshop, or several, with topics ranging from Machine Learning to Natural Language Processing to Programming in R. Visit our Summer Workshops website for more information and to register.   Feel free to spread the word!... Continue Reading →

Free AAAS Career Webinar

Tuesday, June 20 • 12:00-1:00 p.m. EDT • Register now This workshop explores the skills and best practices for transitioning from an academic environment to one of many non-academic career paths. It introduces strategies for career planning, emphasizing an ongoing process for professional development throughout your career. Join us for this FREE webcast! Presenter: Josh... Continue Reading →

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