UCLA Bioinformatics students have access to many resources, such as:

  • Schools of Medicine, Engineering, Life Sciences, Mathematical and Physical Sciences, and Public Health on a single campus
  • 7 interest areas
  • Core facilities for high-throughput biomedical data
  • Core facilities for advanced computing
  • UCLA Institute for Quantitative and Computational Biosciences
  • Institute for Pure and Applied Mathematics
  • 2 degree tracks: Bioinformatics & Biomedical Informatics
  • Extensive fellowship support
    • NIH Training Grant in Systems and Integrative Biology
    • NIH Training Grant in Genomic Analysis and Interpretation
    • NIH Training Grant in Biomedical Big Data
    • NIH Training Grant in Medical Imaging Informatics
    • Burroughs Wellcome Training Program in Chronic Diseases