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News: Former GBB student Dr. Ken Lau, now at Vanderbilt University Medical Center, Nashville, will give a talk on Wednesday, November 1, 2017 at 12:00 p.m. entitled ‘Trajectory analysis of single-cell RNA-seq and imaging data reveals alternate origins of tuft cells in the gut’. Location: LTRI, Mount Sinai Hospital, 60 Murray St. Level 3 Conference Rooms L3-201-202-203.
News: GBB faculty member Gary Bader part of an international team that identifies 72 variants leading to different breast cancers, see U of T Bulletin article - 25 Oct 2017.


The Collaborative Graduate Program in Genome Biology and Bioinformatics


Genome-scale biology relies on the integration of computational, theoretical, biochemical, structural, cell biological and genetic approaches. The Collaborative Graduate Program in Genome Biology and Bioinformatics addresses this need for cooperation with a coherent course of study that educates and trains doctoral graduate students across these diverse disciplines.

  • About - About the CGPGBB
  • Admission - How to become a student member of the Program, and Program requirements
  • Students - Current student members and Program info
  • Faculty - Current faculty members and membership info
  • Seminars - Work-in-progress seminars
  • Meetings - Meetings of interest to CGPGBB members
  • Administration - Policies, Program Committee members, etc.
  • Resources - Resources and links of interest
  • Wiki Help - How to edit this Wiki


Further information can be obtained by checking out the overarching site describing Activities in Bioinformatics, Computational and Genome-scale Biology at the University of Toronto and associated research hospitals and institutes at bioinformatics.utoronto.ca. An extensive FAQs page there may be of use.

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