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Indiana Genomics Research Training Program for Data Scientists

The Indiana Genomics Research Training Program for Data Scientists (INGEN4DS) provides support for master’s degree students in data science-related programs to conduct genomics research that will prepare them to use powerful computational and statistical methods to decode the functional information hidden in DNA sequences.

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Applications for INGEN4DS are being accepted until March 15.

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About the Program

INGEN4DS provides hands-on training in analyzing large-scale genomics data sets using advanced data science methods and state-of-the-art computing resources.
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Admissions

Find information about how to apply to the INGEN4DS program. Applications are accepted until March 15.

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Mentors

INGEN4DS scholars conduct research under the guidance of co-mentor teams consisting of one faculty member conducting genomics-related wet lab research and one computational faculty member using advanced data science techniques.
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