- Translational Genomics
The Translational Genomics certificate program is a 12 credit hour (undergraduate) or 14 credit hour (graduate) program designed to develop expertise in genetics, genomics, and computational biology. The certificate program addresses educational and curricular needs for advanced undergraduate and graduate students primarily in CAFLS, but can also be utilized by students in other colleges. Learn more.
USDA-NIFA National Needs Fellowships
The USDA National Needs Doctoral Graduate Fellowship Program, entitled “National Needs Training in Computationally Intensive Genomic Analysis and Application”, hopes to recruit top scholars for a three-year fellowship program designed to develop future leaders in the burgeoning field of agriculturally oriented computational science.
Applications for Year 1 will begin in late 2016 or early 2017. Each candidate must be a U.S. citizen or permanent resident.
To apply, please visit the Clemson National Needs Fellowship website for more information.
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Relevant Graduate School Programs
- Biochemistry and Molecular Biology (PhD)
- Biological Sciences (PhD)
- Computer Science (PhD)
- Genetics (PhD)
- Mathematical Sciences (PhD)
- Microbiology (PhD)
- Plant and Environmental Sciences (PhD)