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Future Bioinformatics and Computational Biology Students

The BCB approach to graduate education is a three step process: building a strong foundation, gaining interdisciplinary breadth and depth, and conducting cutting edge research.

Step 1: Building a Strong Foundation

Our BCB program recognizes that students will enter with multiple backgrounds and perspectives.
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Step 2: Gaining Interdisciplinary Breadth and Depth

Our BCB program provides a common language and understanding critical to interdisciplinary research.
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Step 3: Cutting Edge Interdisciplinary Research

Our BCB program provides a uniquely interdisciplinary research experience for our students.
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Contact

Physical Address:
Life Sciences South 441D

Mailing Address:
875 Perimeter Drive, MS 3051
Moscow, ID 83844-3051