The Genomics Institute has two exciting opportunities for students interested in computational genomics research.
The first is a paid mentorship with Xena (our cancer browser) that is specifically for underrepresented students. Participating in the Xena project will enable students to gain experience in open source development with an emphasis on genomic and biomedical applications.
The second is an independent study opportunity for course credit with our Computational Genomics Lab, doing research with biomedical data and machine learning (flyer attached)
Students can apply for both opportunities using our Undergraduate Research Assistant Application Form.