Application for Faculty Membership in CCMB

The Center for Computational Medicine and Bioinformatics (CCMB) was created in 2005 as an expansion of the Bioinformatics Graduate Program. Its founding director is Gilbert S Omenn. The Medical School Department of Computational Medicine and Bioinformatics, as of January 2012, is the administrative home for the campus-wide CCMB.

The CCMB (www.ccmb.med.umich.edu) aims to facilitate interdisciplinary research in computational medicine and bioinformatics, to forge collaborative relationships with faculty across campus and beyond, and to provide outstanding educational and mentoring opportunities through the Bioinformatics Graduate Program. Computational medicine and biology utilizes advanced computational methods, data mining, and modeling to address compelling biological and medical questions, provide new solutions, and develop new hypotheses. Over 100 UM faculty from all areas of campus are affiliated with the center, split evenly between the UM Medical School and multiple other schools and colleges.

If you would like to apply for membership, please complete this application form, upload a current CV and two letters of recommendation (which need to be from members of the CCMB affiliate faculty). The materials will then be forwarded to the Chair of the Appointments and Promotions Committee.

Thank you.

Already Participated Interested in Participating
Teaching in BioI/CCMB courses
Organizing BioI/CCMB courses
Serving on course development committee or curriculum committee
Mentoring BI Grad Students
Interviewing graduate student candidates
Interviewing faculty candidates
Teaching formal courses in CCMB
Participating in BISTRO for advanced student research presentations
Participating in BI Journal Club
Participating in Tools & Technologies seminars
Attending CCMB (Wed, 3:30pm) Seminars
Presenting a CCMB Seminar
Organizing Seminars
Hosting Speakers
Nominating Speakers
Applied for pilot grant funding from CCMB
Received Pilot funding
Cited CCMB/Bioinformatics affiliation in presentations and publications