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Hi! I'm Caroline Hendry and I'm the Scientific Director of the Department of Genetics at Yale. I would love to learn more about the community of Black Women in Computational Biology in order to better support its activities and mission.
Hello from Canada. I am an assistant professor at the University of Ottawa. Happy to support the BWCB community, through mentorship, training, networking or collaboration. I am also happy to help with Canada-specific questions such as the academic and grant system.
Happy to volunteer my time to mock interview or review resumes. I'm currently responsible for hiring for the bioinformatics organization at GRAIL.
FUTURE-MINDS-QB Doctoral Bridge Program in Quantitative Biology and Biomedical Data Science
I strongly support your mission and would be delighted to hear from those interested in gaining research experience in statistical genomics. Our group currently has projects in microbial sequence analysis, single cell RNA sequencing and a general interest in developing novel methods for biological discovery in genomics. Please see http://salzmanlab.stanford.edu/
My lab focuses on plant computational genomics, particularly forest trees. We integrate genome variation, transcriptomic, and epigenetics data to investigate how environment and genetics interact to yield phenotypes.
Happy to support the work of the BWCB network, in my roles as an Associate Professor, PI of a computational lab, Director of JHU's PhD Program in Computational Medicine, and Editor-in-Chief of PLOS Computational Biology.
My research focuses on the genetic basis of cancer disparities.
I am Director, Talent Acquisition for the Allen Institute. I am also a black woman. I'd like to be an ally and leverage my position within the research community to amplify the voices and contributions of those that have historically been voiceless and to support professional development opportunities for those that have historically been ignored.
I'm a computational biologist and geneticist at Embark Veterinary -- we do everything we can to advance dog health and wellness through genomics!
Hi! I'm an industry bioinformatics scientist and a Cornell alum (PhD in Genomics w/ concentration in Comp Bio, 2018). Please feel free to contact me if I can be of any help.
I'm a co-chair of the Mentoring Program for the Massachusetts chapter of AWIS (Association of Women in Science). I would love to stay in contact so we can share information about our mentoring program and other AWIS-Mass resources your members could benefit from!
I have a PhD in Biology and expertise in the fields of population and statistical genomics. I'm happy to mentor or collaborate with any of the woman in this group looking to advance their careers. I am also looking for collaborators to help advance diversity and create an inclusive environment in computational biology through Virtual Lab Meeting Training Programs and the development of teaching modules.
I'm a black guy, and I'm really interested in having more female folks in the comp-bio space.
I look forward to reading about your research. I just started my post-doc in computational immunology (simulating T-cell collectives). Feel free to reach out if you have questions or would like to connect!
Boston Women in Bioinformatics meetup group provides a platform for women and welcomes allies in bioinformatics for conversations, trainings, workshops, panels and much more, with an open mind!
I teach math and stats at a small Canadian college. My background is mathematical biology and number theory. I aim to amplify the voices of Black womxn in STEM by sharing their work in my classroom whenever possible
I teach a Computational Modeling course for 11th and 12th grade students at a high school in NYC, and I'm seeking lots of varied sources to contribute to what we see and do in the class. Students are especially interested in what kind of careers this work could connect to because they usually haven't thought about many of the topics in this class before! The class is offered through the science department at my school and is also focused on social justice topics once we get past some initial intro-to-coding work. This group seems amazing! And thank you for the things you have available for us to learn from! ❤️
I recently graduated with my PhD in Genome Sciences and now work as a computational biologist/data scientist at a biotech company.
I am happy to talk about applying to graduate school and transitioning from academia to biotech.
We need our young women to know you exists. Unfortunately, mainstream media is not going to highlight the scientific and engineering achievements of Black Women. We must share this information through social media.
I am a computational scientist in the precision medicine space aiming to mentor.
I am a postdoc in statistical genetics and received my PhD working on human population genetics. I would be happy to contribute as a mentor or collaborator.
mentoring around inclusive undergrad teaching, writing teaching statements, writing diversity statements. Colleague of Dr. Nyasha Chambwe.
I am a feminist anti-racist cis white male computational biologist.
Thank you for allowing allies to join!!!!! Together we are stronger. Resist! Much love for all of you.
I would like to help connect Black Women with, internships, and job openings, and general networking in the Computational Biology and Bioinformatics pharma community!
Interested in training or faculty positions at the University of Colorado? Please reach out. Also a member of the International Society of Computational Biology's equity, diversity and inclusion committee. Happy to provide advice or mentoring, too.
I’m an Administrator for Computational Oncology at Memorial Sloan Kettering Cancer Center. I’m interested in recruiting and supporting black womxn in the fields of computational oncology, physics, and engineering. We are currently recruiting on all levels. I look forward to helping the community and having a meaningful partnership between MSK and your network.
Looking to mentor, collaborate and be involved in any capacity that is helpful.
I am happy to mentor, collaborate, and/or help in any general way that I can
Hi, I am a Computational Science Recruiter at The Broad Institute of MIT and Harvard and would like to help your network with collaborating with our scientists and also find positions within our labs. Please accept my request to join your network. I look forward to helping the community.
I am hoping to learn the scientists and hopefully collaborate in the future.
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I would like to be a mentor. I have experience in Statistical Genetics and modeling of genetic variation with small sample size RNA-seq and ChIP-seq. I can also talk about the transition to industry and the scientific research opportunities there.
I would like to join as a mentor, or assist in other ways if I can be helpful (I am a biostatistician, but work on related problems).
I would like to be a mentor, particularly for those interested in non-traditional career paths outside of academic faculty.
I am hoping to collaborate with other scientists. I study plant epigenomics using my computational skills. I mostly focus on ChIP-seq.
I would love to mentor and collaborate with scientists. As co-chair of ISCB Equity, Diversity and Inclusion committee I would also like to know how to better support your mission
I am a soon-to-be MIT alum, and would like to connect people with opportunities in cellular agriculture (jobs, fellowships, seed grants).
I am hoping to learn about the resources, activities, and needs of Black Women in Comp Bio, especially to direct future mentees toward this community for mentorship in ways I cannot directly provide.
I am a professor of Biostatistics and Medical Informatics at UW-Madison. I am interested in recruiting and supporting black womxn in the field of computational biology at the undergraduate, graduate, and post-doctoral/faculty levels. I can be most helpful with respect to programs at UW-Madison, which include MS and PhD programs in Biomedical Data Science, but would like to also support efforts at the regional (Midwest), national, and international levels.