Herbold Computational Biology Program

Addressing new areas of research

The Herbold Computational Biology Program at Fred Hutch was established to bring a new generation of biological researcher to the Hutch whose training in biology is accompanied by advanced training in quantitative sciences, including physics, statistics, mathematics and computer science.

Researchers with core computational training bring unique perspectives to approaches to solving important biological problems. The inclusion of quantitative and computational biology researchers alongside traditional disciplines was compelled in part by the explosion of information about the molecular machinery of living organisms, including the human genome sequence and its products, as well as the availability of biotechnologies that measure molecular machinery on a genome scale.

Our program members bridge a gap between what was once purely experimental or purely computational/statistical, allowing our program to address new areas of research.

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