Case Western Reserve University School of Medicine Establishes First Systems Biology and Bioinformatics Graduate (MS and PhD) Program in Ohio

May 3, 2011

CLEVELAND - May 2, 2011 - The Case Western Reserve University School of Medicine is pleased to announce it's established the first PhD and MS program in Systems Biology and Bioinformatics in the State of Ohio. Based in the School of Medicine, with the Center for Proteomics and Bioinformatics as its administrative home, the faculty cohort will include faculty from multiple departments and schools, and the fundamental core competencies for this program will include: genes and proteins; bioinformatics; and quantitative analysis and modeling. The Systems Biology and Bioinformatics graduate program will train researchers to integrate systems biology with bioinformatics to solve complex medical problems and be the biomedical research leaders of the future. Read more.