Our core mission: training the next generation of big data scientists in biology and medicine
We offer exceptional institutional resources and facilities for genomic and biomedical big data production and advanced high-performance computing.
Annual Retreats for Students and Faculty
Students in the UCLA Bioinformatics program have opportunities to present their work in formal and informal settings, and to interact with other scientists engaged in Bioinformatics research.
Integrated core curriculum and over 50 elective courses
Our interdisciplinary Ph.D. program consists of an integrated one-year core curriculum, over 50 elective courses, research rotations, and an intensive research experience with one of over 45 faculty mentors from more than 12 departments.
UCLA Bioinformatics students present their findings at national and international meetings
QCBio hosts 2nd annual retreat
The 2nd annual QCBio retreat featured talks from notable scientists in the field and current UCLA Ph.D. students.
Semyon Kruglyak from Illumina visits the UCLA Bioinformatics IDP
Dr. Semyon Kruglyak, director at Illumina, visited UCLA on September 26th and gave a seminar at the weekly Bioinformatics Seminar Series
Gleb Kichaev wins award at ASHG
Congratulations to current Bioinformatics student Gleb Kichaev, who was awarded the Cotterman Award at the 2016 ASHG Annual Meeting!