GSI Educational Partnerships
The GSI faculty members who wish to promote training in genetics and genomics can mentor BU graduate students through the Graduate Program in Genetics and Genomics (GPGG). The GSI will also support the training of current graduate students in the GPGG by providing conference travel assistance, computational hardware assistance and certain genomics software assistance. Interested students should first apply and matriculate through the BUSM Umbrella Program PiBS (Program in Biomedical Sciences).
First Year PiBS Students interested in joining the GPGG should contact Dr. Shoumita Dasgupta, Director of the GPGG, at firstname.lastname@example.org. Students can also contact the GSI to learn about all the benefits and perks in pursuing training through the GPGG.
If you are a GSI faculty interested in receiving bioinformatics assistance, consider mentoring a BU Bioinformatics MS student. The BU Bioinformatics Program Masters Degree track is a cross-campus collaborative entity reaching both the Charles River Campus and the Medical Campus. Through the MS degree director, Adam Labadorf, the BU BF program can partner with faculty who are interested in mentoring a student to help design your project and to reveal the deepest insights from your data. For more information on current and previous projects, click here.
To schedule a consult or for further questions on how the BU Bioinformatics MS degree track students can help you, please contact Dr. Adam Labadorf , Director of the BU Bioinformatics Program Masters Degrees track, at email@example.com.