The creation of the Centre for Computational Biology (CCB) is a fantastic opportunity to combine many of the field’s components, from both the development and applications sides. Our plan revolves around the three major components of applications, training and development, disseminated through the many fields of expertise found within the diverse domains of the Colleges of Medical and Dental Sciences, Life and Environmental Sciences, and Engineering and Physical Sciences.
Promoting excellence in Research, Training and Support in Computational Biology.
The CCB is a dynamic centre; with new opportunities at all levels
A community of experts fostering collaborative work.
Find out more - new MSc Bioinformatics
Also in 'Centre for Computational Biology'
CCB Seminar series continues January 2019 - a list of upcoming seminar speakers
Details for upcoming CCB seminar series with the names of lecturers and where they are from
Research led by CCB Faculty and Alan Turing Institute Fellow, Dr Christopher Yau, and his Turing PhD Enrichment student Tammo Rukat has been accepted for publication at the prestigious 2018 International Conference in Machine Learning to be held in Stockholm, Sweden this year.