UCB Computational Biology

Berkeley’s Center for Computational Biology (CCB) supports research at the interface between computation and biology, and fosters graduate and undergraduate education in the application of computation to biology. The Center, which is administered by QB3, combines the research strengths and interests of 30 faculty, from nine different departments and five colleges, to provide unparalleled opportunities for innovative research and learning.

CCB trains the best students at the undergraduate and graduate levels, including through a Ph.D. in Computational Biology and a Designated Emphasis in Computational and Genomic Biology. CCB faculty members teach courses in high-demand fields such as biology, bioengineering, computer science, and mathematics. A wide spectrum of undergraduates gain perspective on the computational and genomic revolutions and their impact on society and have the opportunity help shape this emerging scientific field. For learn more about CCB education and training programs, visit the CCB website.