Canisius College Computational Biology Workshop

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Welcome to the Canisius College Computational Biology Workshop.

This workshop will introduce faculty to the use and development of mathematical models in undergraduate biology focused courses. The workshop broadly introduces areas of computational biology, focuses on the use and creation of dynamic models, and facilitates choosing resources and a curricular design consistent with the needs of both faculty and students.

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Workshop Schedule

9:30 Welcome /Opening Remark


10:30 Tea-Coffee Break


12:00 Lunch


2:45 Break


5:00 Wrap Up: next steps

Workshop Resources

== Intro to Computational Cell Biology Resources ==

  • Job Sites For Computational Biology, BioPhysics and Computational Sciences

About the Instructor

Raquell M. Holmes received her Ph.D. from the Cell, Molecular, Developmental Biology program at Tufts Sackler School of Biomedical Sciences in Boston, MA. After completing her postdoctoral studies at the Dana Farber Cancer Institute, she joined the Center for Computational Science at Boston University as program manager for the Education Outreach and Training Partnership for Advanced Computational Infrastructure (EOT-PACI). For the past eight years, Dr. Holmes has worked with education, outreach and training programs around the country to develop diverse communities capable of creating and using relevant emerging technologies.
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