The QBio Doctoral Minor: preparing students for careers in quantitative biology
Technological innovations have revolutionized the scale and detail with which biological systems can be explored. With that revolution has come a demand for scientists who can develop and analyze quantitative and predictive models of biological systems. The QBio doctoral minor is designed to complement the depth of training in biological or quantitative sciences that a student achieves through UW-Madison’s graduate programs with the breadth that is needed to conduct research under this paradigm. In addition to coursework in biological, quantitative, and integrated courses, students in the program will take an inter-disciplinary research seminar to prepare them for research that crosses these boundaries. This training will prepare students for careers in academic and industrial settings, where the ability to cross disciplinary lines and work in teams with diverse expertise is critical.
Find out more about the QBio Doctoral Minor on the QBio pages.