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How to sail smoothly from academia to industry

April 21, 2018

How to sail smoothly from academia to industry Teamwork is key. Perhaps this should be emphasized more in graduate training? #Jobs QT:{{”
“When immuno-oncologist Martijn Bijker decided to move from academia to industry, he asked a friend to review his CV. His friend — who had worked in the pharmaceutical sector for two decades — told him to relegate his lists of publications, posters and presentations to the back of the document. The focus, he said, should be on teamwork skills and the ability to perform the job requirements.”

Yale PhD stats broken down by program

March 1, 2018

this public view of Yale PhD stats broken down by program:!/vizhome/shared/26RTFY27Q

Yale Daily News article about the new Yale Center for Biomedical Data Science (CBDS)

February 10, 2018

Yale establishes biomedical data science center

“The field of data science has become particularly relevant in the biomedical realm — in genomic sequencing, imaging data, patient record data, data on molecules like nucleotides, proteins and metabolites and wearable personal health devices,” Gerstein said. “All of these create data streams that are growing particularly large, and there’s a lot of value in mining and integrating these different data streams.” …

“Although this initiative was started by the medical school, it is meant for the whole campus,” Gerstein said. “We want undergraduates to do research and take courses in biomedical data science — and to be engaged in this center.”

MIA Seminar Series (Primer + Talk) @ Broad

February 6, 2018

nice seminar series

Inauguration of the Yale Center for Biomedical Data Science

January 30, 2018

Day of Data analyzes role of data in society

December 10, 2017

Putting the precise in precision medicine > Features > Autumn 2017 | Yale Medicine

November 22, 2017

Center co-director Mark B. Gerstein, Ph.D., the Albert L. Williams Professor of Biomedical Informatics, explains that succeeding with what researchers term “Big Data” requires “real thought about standards, the uniform collection of data, the distribution of samples, and the presentation and packaging of results.” After three years of planning, Gerstein and co-director Hongyu Zhao, Ph.D., a geneticist and the Ira V. Hiscock Professor of Biostatistics, have assembled a kind of central clearinghouse for research and development of these issues, particularly cloud computing and privacy, as well as for education and bridge-building collaboration on university, national, and international levels. “Our mission is really about connecting and coordinating the people and resources already here, and becoming a way to recruit the scientists we want to attract in the future for the Big Data initiatives we want to participate in,” says Gerstein. “We expect the center to have a very broad impact.” “}}

Guide to Unacceptable Interview Questions vm 08-31-2015

October 29, 2017

Webinar Invitation: General Data Science Overview

October 28, 2017

Webinar Invitation
General Data Science Overview
Date: November 1st
Time: 11:00 a.m. EDT


How can we effectively and efficiently teach statistical thinking and computation to students with little to no background in either? How can we equip them with the skills and tools for reasoning with various types of data and leave them wanting to learn more?

In this talk we describe an introductory data science course that is our (working) answer to these questions. ….

Webinar Recordings:

We try to record every webinar we host and post all materials on our website.

YCBDS biomedical data images

September 30, 2017

One image has a cool story related to data visualization: