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To create a workforce that can lead the quantitative biology revolution, we need recruiting, teaching, and retaining scientists in computational biology. With a focus on undergraduate students from backgrounds underrepresented in computational biology, UCLA developed the UCLA Bruins-in-Genomics Summer Research Program to provide undergraduate students with training and research experiences in quantitative biology and bioinformatics. The Bruins-in-Genomics Summer program is an example of how a combined didactic-research program structure can make computational biology available to a diverse range of undergraduates and increase student interest in quantitative biosciences.
Source link: https://doi.org/10.1371/journal.pone.0268861
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