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Computational Infection Biology - Research

Duration

3 years full time

Further enquiries

School of Physics,
University College Dublin,
Belfield,
Dublin 4,
Ireland.
Tel: +353 (0)1 716 2213
Fax: +353 (0)1 283 7275

If you have any questions or queries, please email:
cibphd@ucd.ie

Alternatively, you can contact Dr. Anthony Chubb
Anthony.chubb@ucd.ie

The PhD Programme Director is Prof. Geraldine Butler
ei.dcu@reltubg
and Deputy Director is Prof. Denis Shields
denis.shields@ucd.ie

Subjects taught

CNWY40070 - Bioinformatics/ Computational Infection Biology Seminar Series and Journal Club
CNWY50030 Online Research Skills CompBio (online)
STAT40730 - Data Programming with R (online)
STAT50010 - Introductory Statistics using R for computational biologists
COMP50050 - Python Programming for Computational Biologists
VET40080 - Advances in Infection Biology
ACM40470 - Systems Biology
VET40090 - Current Concepts in Infection Biology
CNWY40100 - Advanced Research Skills for Biological Scientists
COMP50030 - Bioinformatics Applications and Databases
STAT40150 - Multivariate Analysis
STAT40390 - Bayesian Analysis
VET40090 - Current concepts in infection biology
CNWY40150 - Genomics- principles and practical applications
CNWY40090 - Introduction to "Omic" and advanced imaging technologies
CNWY40010 - Conway Lecture and Seminar Series
PATH10020 - Basic principles of cell biology

Application date

There is no current call for applications.

Research areas

The school is highly research intensive and special emphasis is placed on translating fundamental discoveries to a greater understanding of health and disease, with the ultimate aim of informing novel drug discovery.

Research Focus Areas
Institutes and Centres
Spin-out Companies
Publications
Research Vacancies

Enrolment and start dates

Start date: To be agreed with School

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