What is the InQuBATE Training Program?
The NIH T32 InQuBATE training program is built on a common vision of transforming the foundational and applied study of computational- and data-intensive biosciences and bioengineering. The Leadership Team and program faculty will work collaboratively to foster integrative and quantitative research, expand the collaborative opportunities of trainees through cross-College collaborations, as well as develop a diverse and broad training program designed for T32 trainees but relevant (and open) to the broader life sciences community at Georgia Tech. InQuBATE will utilize a linked sequence of courses, seminars and short-form workshops to provide career and professional development. Together, these elements will ensure that trainees are prepared for dynamic careers. Trainees will learn how to develop flexible methods for computational and data-intensive research, communicate research findings to broad audiences, and influence their institutional and peer communities.