Master of Computational Biology – Online Information Session
Future Student Event
Interested in how technology is enabling scientists to save lives and the environment?
Computational Biology is a rapidly growing field which involves interpreting biological phenomena using mathematical and statistical models, computational tools and algorithms. In the past, computational biologists have helped to stop the spread of diseases, such as Ebola in 2014 and assisted in the development sustainable fishing practices.
To launch our new program, the Master of Computational Biology, we’re holding an Online Information Session. You can log in to hear from the Course Coordinator and computational biologist; Professor James McCaw, current students and industry experts about how the Master of Computational Biology equips students with the knowledge and skills to work as computational biologists in industry, academia or government.
Information will also be provided about the entry requirements, course structure and the application process.
Live chat will be available if you have questions for the Faculty of Science Team!
Please register online.