SDS's Biomedical Data to Knowledge Graduate Training Program is now taking applications for trainees, beginning in Fall 2019 semester!

The Biomedical Big Data (BBD) Training Grant is an innovative graduate program that will help train a new generation of scientists with expertise in statistics, computer science, and biology in order to solve important public health problems involving big data and improve overall health.

The BD2K training grant is an NIH-funded program that provides predoctoral training for students engaged in big data research in statistics, computer science, and biology at The University of Texas at Austin.

February 28, 2019 is the deadline for submitting applications.