Computational biology is diverse and spans research areas in machine learning, artificial intelligence, systems biology, string and graph algorithms, and combinatorial optimization for biological and biologically inspired problems. Specific research activities of our faculty include structural prediction of molecular interactions, understanding the mechanisms of drug action, identification and classification of DNA repeats, simulation of cell signaling, modeling heart disfunction, molecular dynamics and neural systems, phylogenetics, personalized cancer treatment, and respiratory care informatics.
C Sc 84300 Computational Biology
C Sc 84310 Systems Biology
C Sc 84400 Seminar in Computational Biology ( 1 credit)
C Sc 84410 Topics in Computational Biology