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There doesn't seem to be a thread for this year's grads school admissions yet, so I'm creating this topic for everyone to communicate and discuss their chances as well as admissions results. I copied the template as the following from last year:

Undergrad Institution: (School or type of school, such as big state, lib arts, ivy, technical, foreign (what country?)... Overall Reputation in Biology?)
Major(s):
Minor(s):
GPA in Major:
Overall GPA:
Position in Class: (No numbers needed, but are you top? near top? average? struggling?)
Type of Student: (Domestic/International, male/female, minority?)

GRE Scores (revised/old version):
Q:
V:
W:
B:


TOEFL Total: (if applicable, otherwise delete this)

Research Experience: (At your school or elsewhere? What field? How much time? Any publications (Mth author out of N?) or conference talks etc...)

Awards/Honors/Recognitions: (Within your school or outside?)

Pertinent Activities or Jobs: (Such as tutor, TA, SPS officer etc...)

Any Miscellaneous Accomplishments that Might Help:

Special Bonus Points: (Such as connections, grad classes, famous recommenders, female or minority status etc...)

Any Other Info That Shows Up On Your App and Might Matter:

Applying to Where:

School - Department - Research Interest
School - Department - Research Interest
School - Department - Research Interest

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Hey, I thought I'd help get this going. I'd say at this point I'm most concerned about my lack of science courses outside of Biology. Specifically, I have not taken any math or physics as I took Calc in high school and never continued at the University level. I'm considering taking some post-bacc classes but not sure if its worth the tuition and may do some MOOCs instead...I appreciate any input you guys have.

Undergrad Institution: UNC Chapel Hill
Major(s): B.A Biology
GPA in Major: 3.65
Overall GPA: 3.52
Position in Class: No idea
Type of Student: Domestic white male

GRE Scores (revised/old version):
Q: 157 (65th)
V: 160 (86th)
W: 4.5 (82nd)
B: No subject


Research Experience: 

-1 year undergrad research on campus in molecular biology lab housed in the school of Pharmacology, with poster presentation

-1 year undergrad research in Cancer biology lab on campus.

-Working full time as research tech since May in same lab. May be on a paper prior to application season.

Awards/Honors/Recognitions: Dean's List several semesters, that's about it.

Any Other Info That Shows Up On Your App and Might Matter: Just strong upward trend in GPA, especially in science courses.

Applying to Where:

-UNC BBSP
-University of Colorado - Boulder MCDB

-University of Colorado - Denver BSP

-Colorado State University CMB

-MUSC BSP

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5 hours ago, drhamsandwich said:

I have not taken any math or physics as I took Calc in high school and never continued at the University level. I'm considering taking some post-bacc classes but not sure if its worth the tuition and may do some MOOCs instead...I appreciate any input you guys have.

I wouldn't be too worried about your lack of physics experience - while many universities require physics as part of their biology major, not all do, and not everyone even majors in biology anyway.  This shouldn't be too much of an issue unless any of your potential programs specifically require physics.  As for the math, I also took two years of AP Calc in high school and never took any further math besides stats in college, and that didn't prevent me from being accepted to programs.  If you're really worried, you could consider retaking the GRE to try to raise your Q score a bit, but I don't think taking more classes would be worth your time or money at this point.  Unless you're applying to computational programs, your high school Calc should be enough.

Good luck!

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Undergrad Institution: R1 State School, top 30
Major(s): Biochemistry and Molecular Biology (BS)
Minor(s): Nutrition, Premedical 
GPA in Major: 3.7
Overall GPA: 3.8
Position in Class: Cum Laude, between top 10~25% of class
Type of Student: Domestic, Female

GRE Scores (revised/old version):
Q: 164 (94%)
V: 164 (87%)
W: 6 (99%)


Research Experience: 16 months of plant biochemistry research at undergrad institution. No publications, but presented data at lab meetings. 14 months (current) at immunology lab at reputable medical school. No publications yet. 

Awards/Honors/Recognitions: Undergraduate Research Fellowship, Tuition Waver, Dean's List all semesters, Honors program

Pertinent Activities or Jobs: Undergraduate research assistant, full time research assistant at new lab, martial arts instructor (teaching experience?)

Any Miscellaneous Accomplishments that Might Help: graduated in 3 years (had to leave 1st lab a year early), 4.0 in coursework Microbiology MS (ongoing), 4.0 in graduate nutrition program (cert)

Special Bonus Points: Worked 2 jobs during undergrad, currently taking graduate classes while working full time

Any Other Info That Shows Up On Your App and Might Matter: I had to graduate early really suddenly, so it affected my first research position. I didn't get to publish my work or complete a thesis, although another undergrad picked up my project. I have a pretty awful sob story that I plan to condense and briefly mention in my SOP.

Can get 2 very strong LORs, not sure about the quality of the 3rd.

Applying to Where: Immunology and Microbiology PhD programs, kind of top heavy

UVirginia BIMS Immunology

UCSD BMS- Microbiome & Microbial Science

Brown University- Biomed Pathology

UPenn BGS- Immunology

The Scripps Research Institute- Microbiology/Immunology

Washington University in St. Louis DBBS- Immunology

Yale University BBS- Immunology/Microbiology

Baylor College of Medicine GSBS  - Immunology

Weill Cornell - IMP

Sanford Burnham- Biomedical Sciences

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Undergrad Institution: Boston University
Major(s): BA Neuroscience & Philosophy
Minor(s): N/A
GPA in Major: 3.91
Overall GPA: 3.75
Position in Class: Top 15%, but probably closer to top 8-10%
Type of Student: domestic white female

GRE Scores (revised/old version):
Q: 164 (86th)
V: 160 (86th)
W: 6 (99th)


Research Experience:

2 years of research (would have been 3, but I graduated a year early) in an addiction genetics at BU in the pharmacology department (a neuroscience/pharm lab); will receive middle authorship on a paper planning to be submitted to Cell Systems. However, this paper is being submitted around August/September, and will likely still be under review throughout application season.

 

1 summer as a science intern at a pharmaceutical production plant.

 

1 year and ongoing (2 years by the time I leave for grad school) as a research technician/lab manager in an autoimmunity lab at a state institution from my home state. The lab is a startup lab, so I was the only employee at first and helped the PI put together the lab from the ground up. I will likely have publications from this stint (first author review, first author coauthor—unfortunately listed 2nd since I’m a tech and the other lab member is a postdoc), but these publications will not be submitted before application season. Will likely present a poster at AIC.

Awards/Honors/Recognitions: Deans list every semester, magna cum laude graduate, Peter Bertocci Award for Philosophical excellence (this is a BU award given to 1 student a year and chosen by philosophy faculty), and Nu Rho Psi member


Pertinent Activities or Jobs: TA for Introduction to Immunology class, writer/layout designer for a campus neuroscience magazine, coordinator for a BU annual event geared toward teaching the general public, children, and other college students about the brain.

Any Miscellaneous Accomplishments that Might Help: Lots of extra volunteer work teaching young children about science and socializing and raising funding for high school aged special needs kids. I’m considering getting a certificate in business analytics throughout the year before grad school, but that’s a big maybe.

Special Bonus Points: I took graduate level neuroscience classes at BU and got all A’s. One of these classes was a 700-level class with all 3rd year neuro grad students. My PI there was also pretty well known in genetics, but I’m not going into genetics so it’s likely a wash anyway. All 3 letters will likely be very strong, and I know all my recommenders quite well.


Applying to Where: all immunology programs with a focus of neuroimmunology

Mayo Graduate School – immunology or neurobiology of disease track

WUSTL – immunology

Baylor College of Medicine – immunology

Northwestern University – life sciences/immunology track

University of Chicago – immunology

University of Iowa – immunology

University of Minnesota – immunology

 

I may consider other schools after going to AIC and talking to faculty. They have a great lineup of speakers. I’m also still asking around and getting advice, so we’ll see come September.

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Undergrad Institution: large private university, top 100 in US
Major(s): BS Psychology and Neuroscience
Minor(s): none
GPA in Major:  psych: 3.3, neuro: 3.0
Overall GPA: 3.0
Position in Class: No idea
Type of Student: Domestic female

Graduate Institution:  medium size private school
Major(s): Neuroscience (had to leave MS program for personal reasons)
Overall GPA: 3.7

Graduate Institution: small private catholic school
Major(s): MS Clinical Psychology
Overall GPA: 4.0

GRE Scores (revised/old version): TERRIBLE. Applying to  mostly schools that no longer take GRE scores.


Research Experience:  1.5 years during undergrad for nearby medical university for a psychiatric neuroimaging lab researching children and adolescents with DiGeorge syndrome. 3+ years as full time research assistant for psychiatry research at a prestigious medical school and hospital. Currently one publication as first author, one submitted as first author, one being revised as first author, and another one in the works as first author (my bosses are awesome and as long as I do the bulk of the work preparing the manuscript and running the data analyses then I can be first author). Two poster presentations, one at the annual New England Psychological Association meeting, one at the annual Rehabilitation Psychology conference. Accepted for poster presentation for the Society of Neuroscience annual meeting in November. 

Awards/Honors/Recognitions: Alpha phi pi national honor society, psi chi international honor society for psychology, dean's list two semesters in undergrad

Pertinent Activities or Jobs: this fall I will be an adjunct professor of psychology at my grad school alma mater 

Any Miscellaneous Accomplishments that Might Help: few certificates from Edx and Coursera for the R programming language

Special Bonus Points:  95% sure I will have excellent letters of rec

Any Other Info That Shows Up On Your App and Might Matter: terrible inconsistent undergrad transcript, the fact that I left my first master's program even though I was doing well

Applying to Where:

I'm interesting in research pertaining to psychiatric disorders. This is just a tentative list of PhD programs as of now:

  1. UNC, neuro
  2. Watson School of Biological Sciences, neuro
  3. University of Wisconsin - Madison, neuro
  4. Albert Einstein College of Medicine, neuro
  5. Icahn School of Medicine, neuro
  6. Temple University, psychology
  7. UConn, neuro
  8. BU, psych
  9. The Scripps Research Institute 
  10. McGill University, behavioral neuroscience
  11. University of Alberta, psychiatry 

 

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On 7/9/2018 at 1:35 PM, DaddyBenzene said:

Undergrad Institution: R1 State School, top 30
Major(s): Biochemistry and Molecular Biology (BS)
Minor(s): Nutrition, Premedical 
GPA in Major: 3.7
Overall GPA: 3.8
Position in Class: Cum Laude, between top 10~25% of class
Type of Student: Domestic, Female

GRE Scores (revised/old version):
Q: 164 (94%)
V: 164 (87%)
W: 6 (99%)


Research Experience: 16 months of plant biochemistry research at undergrad institution. No publications, but presented data at lab meetings. 14 months (current) at immunology lab at reputable medical school. No publications yet. 

Awards/Honors/Recognitions: Undergraduate Research Fellowship, Tuition Waver, Dean's List all semesters, Honors program

Pertinent Activities or Jobs: Undergraduate research assistant, full time research assistant at new lab, martial arts instructor (teaching experience?)

Any Miscellaneous Accomplishments that Might Help: graduated in 3 years (had to leave 1st lab a year early), 4.0 in coursework Microbiology MS (ongoing), 4.0 in graduate nutrition program (cert)

Special Bonus Points: Worked 2 jobs during undergrad, currently taking graduate classes while working full time

Any Other Info That Shows Up On Your App and Might Matter: I had to graduate early really suddenly, so it affected my first research position. I didn't get to publish my work or complete a thesis, although another undergrad picked up my project. I have a pretty awful sob story that I plan to condense and briefly mention in my SOP.

Can get 2 very strong LORs, not sure about the quality of the 3rd.

Applying to Where: Immunology and Microbiology PhD programs, kind of top heavy

UVirginia BIMS Immunology

UCSD BMS- Microbiome & Microbial Science

Brown University- Biomed Pathology

UPenn BGS- Immunology

The Scripps Research Institute- Microbiology/Immunology

Washington University in St. Louis DBBS- Immunology

Yale University BBS- Immunology/Microbiology

Baylor College of Medicine GSBS  - Immunology

Weill Cornell - IMP

Sanford Burnham- Biomedical Sciences

I wouldn't worry about the fact that you had to graduate early, your application still seems impressive!

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Undergrad Institution: Top 100 liberal arts university
Major(s): Math and Biochemistry
Minor(s): Neuroscience
GPA in Major: 3.1
Overall GPA: 3.2
Position in Class: Average
Type of Student: Domestic Male

GRE Scores (revised/old version):
Q: 164 (88th percentile)
V: 167 (98th percentile)
W: 6.0 (99th percentile)

Graduate Institution: Top 5 Public University
Degree: M.S. Applied Mathematics
GPA: 3.7
Position in Class: ?
Type of Student: Domestic Male

Research Experience: 3 academic years in neuroendocrinology and biophysics (one third-authorship in a small journal). 2 REU's. 1 2nd-authored poster at SfN.

Awards/Honors/Recognitions: Several awards for travel, summer research grant, academic scholarship (half of tuition), and awards for tutoring/mentorship.

Pertinent Activities or Jobs: 3.5 years of research at a premier neuroscience research institution. 2-3 posters authored (2 large-authorship and 1 first-authored). 3 publications (all large-authorship) in eLife, eNeuro, Nature with three more in preparation (1 3rd-author, 1 large-authorship, 1 potential first-authorship MS thesis) but probably no more than 1 submitted by application time. Possibly one or two more I'll be included on. Also work as a mentor for underprivileged science students. Several years of serious programming (software development-ish level) in Python with some Matlab.

Special Bonus Points: Completed MS in Applied Math consisting of 36 credits (see above); very well-connected through my current institution 

Any Other Info That Shows Up On Your App and Might Matter: Institution is very very well-known in neuroscience and pretty much universally-lauded (you could probably guess it).

Research Interests: Computational neuroscience especially dimensionality reductive approaches to large-scale datasets in mouse with calcium imaging and vision

Applying to Where (tentative in no particular ordering):

  • CMU/UPitt - PNC (NC & ML) - Doiron, Kuhlman, Yu, Chase, Batista 
  • UCL - Gatsby Unit - CortexLab (Harris and Carandini), Hausser, Mrsic-Flogel
  • UW - Neuroscience - Brunton, Shea-Brown, Fairhall, Gjorgjieva, Rao
  • Harvard - PiN - Cox, Harvey
  • Princeton - Neuroscience (QCN) - Berry, Bialek, Brody, Pillow, Tank, Witten
  • Columbia - Neurobiology and Behavior - Cunningham, Kriegskorte, Paninski
  • Stanford - MBC - Ganguli, Newsome, Yamins
  • UC Berkeley - Neuroscience - Adesnik, Sommer, Olshausen
  • UCSF - Neuroscience - Feinberg, Scanziani
  • Caltech - CNS - Meister, Siapas
  • UCSD - Comp. Neuro. - Callaway, Sejnowski, Voytek, Rangel, Azim
  • NYU - Neuroscience - Simoncelli, Rangan

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On 7/10/2018 at 5:44 PM, sydber said:

Undergrad Institution: Boston University
Major(s): BA Neuroscience & Philosophy
Minor(s): N/A
GPA in Major: 3.91
Overall GPA: 3.75
Position in Class: Top 15%, but probably closer to top 8-10%
Type of Student: domestic white female

GRE Scores (revised/old version):
Q: 164 (86th)
V: 160 (86th)
W: 6 (99th)


Research Experience:

2 years of research (would have been 3, but I graduated a year early) in an addiction genetics at BU in the pharmacology department (a neuroscience/pharm lab); will receive middle authorship on a paper planning to be submitted to Cell Systems. However, this paper is being submitted around August/September, and will likely still be under review throughout application season.

 

1 summer as a science intern at a pharmaceutical production plant.

 

1 year and ongoing (2 years by the time I leave for grad school) as a research technician/lab manager in an autoimmunity lab at a state institution from my home state. The lab is a startup lab, so I was the only employee at first and helped the PI put together the lab from the ground up. I will likely have publications from this stint (first author review, first author coauthor—unfortunately listed 2nd since I’m a tech and the other lab member is a postdoc), but these publications will not be submitted before application season. Will likely present a poster at AIC.

Awards/Honors/Recognitions: Deans list every semester, magna cum laude graduate, Peter Bertocci Award for Philosophical excellence (this is a BU award given to 1 student a year and chosen by philosophy faculty), and Nu Rho Psi member


Pertinent Activities or Jobs: TA for Introduction to Immunology class, writer/layout designer for a campus neuroscience magazine, coordinator for a BU annual event geared toward teaching the general public, children, and other college students about the brain.

Any Miscellaneous Accomplishments that Might Help: Lots of extra volunteer work teaching young children about science and socializing and raising funding for high school aged special needs kids. I’m considering getting a certificate in business analytics throughout the year before grad school, but that’s a big maybe.

Special Bonus Points: I took graduate level neuroscience classes at BU and got all A’s. One of these classes was a 700-level class with all 3rd year neuro grad students. My PI there was also pretty well known in genetics, but I’m not going into genetics so it’s likely a wash anyway. All 3 letters will likely be very strong, and I know all my recommenders quite well.


Applying to Where: all immunology programs with a focus of neuroimmunology

Mayo Graduate School – immunology or neurobiology of disease track

WUSTL – immunology

Baylor College of Medicine – immunology

Northwestern University – life sciences/immunology track

University of Chicago – immunology

University of Iowa – immunology

University of Minnesota – immunology

 

I may consider other schools after going to AIC and talking to faculty. They have a great lineup of speakers. I’m also still asking around and getting advice, so we’ll see come September.

I think that, with a strong SOP and strong LORs, you're likely to get interviews at most of those schools.

It doesn't matter if the publications haven't been submitted or accepted at a journal yet - you can include them in your CV (as long as there's some sort of title) and just stick "manuscript in preparation" at the end of the citation. If you're presenting at a conference after the application deadlines, you can mention it in your SOP.

If you're interested in neuroimmunology, I would consider adding the University of Virginia BIMS program to your list - they have a center (the BIG center) dedicated to neuroimmunology research and a huge faculty for it.

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On 7/9/2018 at 1:35 PM, DaddyBenzene said:

Can get 2 very strong LORs, not sure about the quality of the 3rd.

I would be very careful about having a LOR you're not sure about. I know someone personally who requested her 3rd letter of recc from a professor she hadn't seen in 5 years but had a great relationship with when she was in his class - he told her he would write it but warned that his memory is going bad, she figured it was fine. It wasn't. Turned an easily amazing applicant into someone who barely got 2/15 interviews.

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On 7/12/2018 at 7:48 AM, cindyboop said:

I wouldn't worry about the fact that you had to graduate early, your application still seems impressive!

 

18 minutes ago, BabyScientist said:

I would be very careful about having a LOR you're not sure about. I know someone personally who requested her 3rd letter of recc from a professor she hadn't seen in 5 years but had a great relationship with when she was in his class - he told her he would write it but warned that his memory is going bad, she figured it was fine. It wasn't. Turned an easily amazing applicant into someone who barely got 2/15 interviews.

 

Hey guys, thanks for the advice. However, these worries are actually very related--- because I had to leave my undergraduate institution a year early, my old PI was unhappy about me not being about to complete my given project and was advising me to stay (but I couldn't), even going as as far as to call my decision foolish. She is the 3rd letter that I am thinking about, since we had a very good relationship and she saw my work ethic and ability to produce good data prior to that event. However, she is the type of person to hold grudges, although I'm worried that substantial experience in a lab without that PI's recommendation will come off as a red flag. She'll also possess a lot more clout than my other options, most of whom don't know me particularly well. Any advice?

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56 minutes ago, DaddyBenzene said:

 

 

Hey guys, thanks for the advice. However, these worries are actually very related--- because I had to leave my undergraduate institution a year early, my old PI was unhappy about me not being about to complete my given project and was advising me to stay (but I couldn't), even going as as far as to call my decision foolish. She is the 3rd letter that I am thinking about, since we had a very good relationship and she saw my work ethic and ability to produce good data prior to that event. However, she is the type of person to hold grudges, although I'm worried that substantial experience in a lab without that PI's recommendation will come off as a red flag. She'll also possess a lot more clout than my other options, most of whom don't know me particularly well. Any advice?

Do you have another person who knows you well who could write you an academic letter?  I would much rather have a strong academic letter than someone who will write a mediocre ,or possibly negative, letter.  You could open up communication with her and just ask if she is willing to write you a strong letter of reference for PhD admissions and hope she is honest if she says she's willing to write one for you.  Although I would see if there is an alternative person you can think of.

It might raise some eyebrows if you spent significant time in a lab and didn't ask that person for a letter, but if you have a solid alternative, it shouldn't matter as much.

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Undergrad Institution: NYU Abu Dhabi (the UAE portal campus of NYU, we boast a 2% acceptance rate every year so it's quite competitive. Some science faculty members have labs in both NY and AD so the Bio research is quite strong and productive)
Major(s): Biology
Minor(s): Sociology, Computer Science
GPA in Major: 3.9
Overall GPA: 3.92
Position in Class: (No numbers needed, but are you top? near top? average? struggling?) graduated with honors so top 10% probably
Type of Student: (Domestic/International, male/female, minority?) international female

Grad institution: University of Toronto (MSc)
Major: Computational Biology
GPA: 4.0/4.0

GRE Scores (revised/old version):
Q: 160
V: 162
W: 5.5
B: didn't take

Research Experience: (At your school or elsewhere? What field? How much time? Any publications (Mth author out of N?) or conference talks etc...)

1 year at a start-up cancer research lab (freshman year), 1 poster, no pub (the PI later got fired so not much materialized from this)

3 years at a developmental bio lab, where I also did my honor thesis. Famous PI, very well known in his field. 1 poster at an international conference, 1 first author manuscript in preparation but this won't be submitted anytime soon because of some delay in follow-up experiments. 

1 year (2 by the time I graduate) at a computational bio lab for my MSc thesis. Also pretty well-known PI. 1 poster at a departmental event, 1 3rd author manuscript just submitted (aim for Cell Theory) and shooting for another 1 first author method paper by the time I graduate.

Awards/Honors/Recognitions: (Within your school or outside?)

Full scholarship for my undergrad education

Multiple undergraduate research and travel grants for my thesis research

Ontario Trillium Scholarship (a prestigious entrance award for international PhD recruits to universities in Ontario. I was selected for the award but later turned it down because I realized I didn't want to pursue my PhD in Toronto)

A merit scholarship from the Faculty of Medicine at U of T

Pertinent Activities or Jobs: (Such as tutor, TA, SPS officer etc...) 

1 year of TA for a molecular bio lab course at my undergrad institution

Various volunteer positions in science festivals at New York, Abu Dhabi and Toronto

Any Miscellaneous Accomplishments that Might Help: tutoring/mentoring experiences for younger students and demonstrated commitment to writing (I wrote for the school newspaper for a few years, served as a writing tutor and have published a few non-fiction pieces in various magazines). 

Special Bonus Points: (Such as connections, grad classes, famous recommenders, female or minority status etc...) both my undergrad and MSc thesis mentors are well-known and know me well. 3rd letter will be from PI of a collaborating lab for my MSc project - I'm less close to him but he's also quite well-known and would probably write a good letter.

Any Other Info That Shows Up On Your App and Might Matter: this is my 2nd time applying to PhD programs in the US - the last time I applied, I was able to get into some good programs (Mt Sinai, NYU Sackler, BU PiBS, etc.) but decided to come to Canada mostly because of the messy U.S. political landscape.  However, due to some personal circumstances, I'll have to finish up my MSc in Canada and move back to the US for my PhD instead of doing my PhD in Canada as intended. 2 questions: 1. will this decision be viewed negatively by admissions committees? and 2. are there any disadvantages if I re-apply to the same schools I got into but didn't come the first time?

Applying to Where: mostly biomedical/biological science program in the NY/Boston area. I'm interested in using computational tools to find new biological insights, particularly in developmental biology, as well as developing computational methods for the analysis of large-scale biological data. I still want to maintain a pretty strong biological component in my research, hence applying to mostly BBS umbrella programs rather than computational bio-specific programs.

Yale BBS 

Harvard BBS

Gertsner Sloan Kettering

Weill Cornell/Tri-institutional Computational Biology

NYU Sackler

Mt Sinai

 

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