Graduate studies at McGill University in Quantitative Life Sciences; Structural Biology & Biophysics; or Quantitative Biology
-Do you have a quantitative undergraduate degree AND interest in biology? Have you ever wondered how your mathematical or computational skills could be useful in the life sciences?
– Join our Zoom webinar on Dec 19th 9:30am EST (Zoom Meeting ID: 317 110830; Password: 331868; URL: https://zoom.us/j/317110830?pwd=UTFEd05lc0Z0REpJZWlYempaUStIdz09) to find out about:
o the PhD program in Quantitative Life Sciences at McGill
o MSc and PhD programs in laboratories of McGill’s Centre for Structural Biology
o MSc and PhD programs in Quantitative Biology at McGill
-This webinar will feature introductions to each program and a Q&A session. Register here.
About the groups: QLS: Quantitative Life Sciences (QLS) is the broad application of mathematical, computational and other quantitative methods to study biological systems at all scales – from single molecules to the environment. It is part of a rapidly expanding field that includes such specializations as systems biology, bioinformatics, biophysics, medical informatics, computational biology, computational pharmacology, computational neuroscience and mathematical biology. Quantitative Life Science researchers recognize that the most important and challenging problems in biology, medicine and the environment, will not be solved without a highly interdisciplinary approach that will advance the rapidly changing landscape of the life sciences.
Contact: Alex DeGuise email@example.com
CSB: Structural biology and biophysics are the suite of research disciplines that provide precise molecular level information on the form and activity of the molecules of life. The McGill University Centre for Structural Biology has the mission to exploit the power of structural biology and biophysics to produce scientific breakthroughs in biomolecular research. Integral to this is the training of a new generation of structural biologists and biophysicists with outstanding expertise in using cross-disciplinary approaches. The FRQS-CRBS brings together laboratories of 38 researchers from 9 departments across 4 faculties at McGill University to create a synergistic biophysics research unit, with cutting-edge infrastructure and skilled support staff for structural biology (crystallography, EM, NMR) and in biophysics (including MS, ITC, CD, DSF, AUC, DLS, SLS), and unique training opportunities.
Contact: Martin Schmeing firstname.lastname@example.org
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Topic: Graduate studies at McGill University in Quantitative Life Sciences; Structural Biology & Biophysics; or Quantitative Biology
Time: Dec 19, 2019 09:30 AM Montreal
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