Director: Dr. G. Anthony Gorry, Rice UniversityCo-Director: Dr. Lydia Kavraki, Rice University
The Gulf Coast Consortia / Keck Center's NIH / National Library of Medicine (NLM) Training Program in Biomedical Informatics is currently in its 22nd year. This program provides research training in Healthcare Informatics, Translational Bioinformatics, Clinical Research Informatics, and Public Health Informatics to predoctoral and postdoctoral trainees across the GCC's six member institutions. This is one of only 14 institutionally based NLM training programs in the United States. Learn more in the NLM Press Release as well as in the Rice University News.
The purpose of this program is to provide cross-training at the interface between computational/mathematical sciences and biological sciences/biomedicine. When this highly successful training program began in 1992, we foresaw that computational biology would reshape medicine in important ways, and this emerging discipline was emphasized in the research experiences of our trainees. Once computational biology had a firmly established place in biomedicine, we expanded our emphasis to include biomedical informatics and broadened our reach to include translational medicine, public health, biosecurity, applied nanotechnology and computational biomedical engineering. This program serves the needs of trainees such as a young physician who wishes to expand her/his analytical and computational knowledge of computer-assisted analysis, simulation and multi-dimensional imaging; a biologist who wants to develop expertise in functional genomics; or a computer scientist who wants to prepare her/himself for a research career in translational bioinformatics. Who may apply: US citizens or Permanent Residents (already have their "Green Card") who are predoctoral fellows enrolled in a PhD program, or are postdocs affiliated with the following Gulf Coast Consortia/Keck Center member institutions:
The Gulf Coast Consortia is committed to providing equal opportunity in training for individuals with disabilities and individuals from racial and ethnic groups who are currently under-represented in STEM fields. We welcome applications from all qualified trainees, regardless of ethic/racial status or disability status. All GCC member institutions are ADAAA compliant and have offices of disability support services that provide accommodations and support services to trainees, faculty, staff, and visitors.
What the NLM fellowship provides: Predocs:
For more information, see the link Application Information and Forms. Should you have further questions not covered by these web pages, please contact the NLM Training Program administrator: Melissa GlueckKeck Center Associate Director
email@example.com 713-348-4563 For information about the Gulf Coast Consortia (GCC), other Keck Center Training Programs, and the GCC Research Consortia, please go to the GCC Home link above.
09/26/2014Keck Seminar: Trevor Cohen, PhD "Discovery-by-Analogy: Large-scale Analysis of the Biomedical Literature Through (somewhat) Cognitive Computing"Speaker(s): Trevor Cohen, PhDBioScience Research Collaborative
10/03/2014Keck Seminar: Ellen Feigal, MD "The California State Stem Cell Agency Experience in Product Development & Future Directions"Speaker(s): Ellen Feigal, MDBioScience Research Collaborative
10/03/2014GCC Regenerative Medicine SymposiumBioScience Research Collaborative
10/10/2014Keck SeminarBioScience Research Collaborative
10/17/2014Keck SeminarBioScience Research Collaborative