InQuBATE Training Program Integrates Modeling and Data Science for Bioscience PhD Students
July 19, 2021

Georgia Tech Patton Professor Joshua Weitz and associate professor Peng Qiu receive a five-year, $1.27 million grant from the National Institutes of Health (NIH) to establish a new training program. The grant will create the Integrative and Quantitative Biosciences Accelerated Training Environment (InQuBATE) Predoctoral Training Program, designed to train a new generation of scientists to understand the dynamics, structure, and function of integrative, living systems given uncertainty.

Read more at Georgia Tech Research News.