Biocomputing In the Stanford Center for
Biomedical Informatics Research
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Program Faculty
About The Biomedical Computation Training program

The Biomedical Computation Training Program supports biomedical computational research by providing stipend and tuition support for graduate students. Many of the trainees have research focus in structural and functional genomics, biomechanical simulation, computer-assisted interventions and robotics, image acquisition and analysis (spanning the macro to microscopic scales), informatics, data modeling and statistics and computer-assisted and networked education.

The participating faculty are drawn from three Schools: Medicine, Engineering and Humanities and Sciences. Students with appropriate biomedical computation research focus from any program are eligible for support. We request all faculty to nominate their best graduate students for this prestigious and competitive honor.

Program Contact

If you have further questions, please contact:

Mary Jeanne Oliva, MA [mjoliva]
Biomedical Computation Training Program Administrator
Center for Biomedical Informatics Research
251 Campus Drive, MSOB, x-215
MC: 5479
Stanford, CA   94305-5479
650-723-1398 (phone)
650-725-7944 (fax)

All Trainees

E. Antunez
D. Asakawa
A. Battle
E. Bekkers
C. E. Chang
E. Davydov
J. Faruque
M. Fox
E. Fratkin
I. Haque
J. Higginson
C. John
B. Kawakami
P. Markova
P. Novick
J. Shapiro
A. Sherbondy
R. Weinstein
J. Wong

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About NIH support

The Biomedical Computation Training Program is supported by an award from the National Institutes of Health entitled, "Biomedical Computation Graduate Training at Stanford", grant number GM63495.

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