MMBioS is committed to enabling the broad use of computational technology advanced by the Technology Research and Development projects (TR&Ds). Effective software dissemination is part of that goal. We are also dedicated to train the experimental and computational community and future generations of researchers in the use of cutting-edge computing technologies and in the fundamental theory and methods that underlie the development of those technologies.
We provide training through
- Workshops which provide hands-on and state-of-the-art training in topics related to the TR&D projects and other expertise at MMBioS. These workshops will be targeted to both experimental and computational scientists, and will promote collaboration between those groups.
- Research internship programs that offer hands-on training for graduate students and biomedical scientists interested in discovering and pursuing how to incorporate computational approaches in their research.
- Academic courses in formal educational programs which continue our tradition of training scientists at the post-graduate, graduate, undergraduate and high school levels.
For a more detailed description of any of these activities, please see the appropriate section of this site.