The study of biostatistics, bioinformatics, systems biology and genomics focuses on developing and applying statistical and mathematical models in close collaboration with biomedical researchers. The mission of the Program in Quantitative Sciences is to train researchers who will contribute to biomedical research by developing new methods for the design and analysis of research studies and by formulating mathematical models of biologic systems, thereby contributing to our understanding of cancer biology and disease processes.
Dr. Prahlad Ram, Program Director
Dr. Liang Li, Program Co-Director
Dr. Wenyi Wang, Program Co-Director
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Award Winning Students
Fang Xia from the Quantitative Sciences Program has been selected by the GSBS Student Scholarship Committee and the GSBS Deans as the recipient of the 2017-2018 Jesse B Heath, Jr. Family Legacy Scholarship. This year, this $3,000 award has been designated to recognize an exceptional GSBS student whose research project is in the areas of Quantitative and Computational Biology.
Naveen Ramesh from the Quantitative Sciences Program has been selected by the GSBS Student Scholarship Committee and the GSBS Deans as one of the recipients of the 2017-2018 T.C. Hsu Memorial Scholarship. This $5,000 Scholarship is provided by family and friends of the late Dr. T.C. Hsu, an esteemed faculty member of the GSBS who worked in the area of Cell Biology and Genetics.
Alex Davis from the Quantitative Sciences Program has been selected by the Student Scholarship Committee and the GSBS Deans to receive the 2nd year reappointment of the American Legion Auxiliary Fellowship in Cancer Research. The $5,000 award is provided in recognition of Alex’s accomplishments and his promise as a cancer research scientist. He will be recognized at the annual American Legion Auxiliary Luncheon at noon on October 27th.
Pictured Left to Right: Tianjiao Dai, Dr. Sanjay Shete, Xuan Zhu