Posts Tagged ‘cbbplan0mg’

BBS students selecting thesis labs

March 14, 2022

…. below are some topics to discuss. Going over these points may help minimize future miscommunication or conflict.

QT{{”
Norms of communication: How often will a student and adviser meet? What communication method(s) (email, in person, Slack, etc) does the adviser prefer?
Time: What are the normal hours of operation in the lab? What is the policy on vacation and time off for religious observances and holidays? What are the expectations for research on weekends or at night?
Thesis project: What is the role of the adviser and student in formulating a project? How much will a project overlap with projects of other members of the lab?
Feedback: Is feedback provided one-on-one, in lab meetings, both? Authorship: What are the lab’s rules on who is an author and who is a first author?
Publications: Does the adviser expect a first author paper prior to graduating? (Note that some graduate programs may already have expectations on first author papers.)
Conferences: What is the lab’s policy on attending
national/international conferences?
Career/professional development: How much time is available to participate in career and professional development activities? What role(s) would the adviser play in career/professional development? “}}

Faculty Handbook Update Available Online

October 17, 2021

The new edition of the Faculty Handbook, effective October 1, 2021, is now available online at

http://provost.yale.edu/faculty-handbook.

The Handbook contains information on governance; appointment procedures; faculty ranks; compensation and benefits; policies regarding teaching and research; and a range of other important topics for faculty members. We encourage all faculty and academic staff to review this document.

Secondary_appt Updated Handbook

October 17, 2021

an updated graduate student handbook has been posted on the CS website. https://cpsc.yale.edu/sites/default/files/files/GRADHandbook%2021-22(3).pdf

Graduate Program EDI Efforts

August 15, 2020

https://github.com/greenelab/compbio-edi/blob/master/data/programs.csv

More Medical Devices Of The Future From MENG/BENG 404 | Yale School of Engineering & Applied Science

February 17, 2020

https://seas.yale.edu/news-events/news/more-medical-devices-future-mengbeng-404

Program Statistics | Yale Graduate School of Arts & Sciences

August 27, 2019

https://gsas.yale.edu/admissions/program-statistics

then
https://public.tableau.com/profile/ecf5839#!/vizhome/YaleGraduateSchoolofArtsandSciencesStatisticsJun2019/Admissions

which has a specific drill-down for CBB

New center to harness burgeoning data | Yale School of Medicine

April 6, 2019

https://medicine.yale.edu/news/medicineatyale/new-center-to-harness-burgeoning-data.aspx

QT:[[”

It is a kind of “data fusion,” adds Mark B. Gerstein, PhD, Albert L. Williams Professor of Biomedical Informatics, professor of molecular biophysics and biochemistry, of computer science, and of statistics and data science, and CBDS co-director. “We’re integrating all the different types of data together, and that’s just something that is hard to do in a completely generic, automated way. You need to think about what you’re putting together.”
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2019 Yale Healthcare Hackathon – January 25th, 26th, and 27th

January 26, 2019

http://yalehackhealth.org/
https://medicine.yale.edu/cbit/

Mount Sinai Center for Biomedical Blockchain Research

November 29, 2018

https://www.mountsinai.org/about/newsroom/2018/mount-sinai-launches-center-for-biomedical-blockchain-research

Data Science and Biotechnology at Gladstone | Gladstone Institutes

October 30, 2018

https://gladstone.org/institutes/data-science-and-biotechnology

at ucsf ?