The U-M Center for Computational Medicine and Bioinformatics (CCMB) is a university-wide interdisciplinary academic center with over 100 affiliated faculty members and is led by Dr. Gilbert S. Omenn, Director. About half of the faculty of CCMB are drawn from diverse quantitative fields such as mathematics, computer science, engineering, bioinformatics, and biostatistics; the other half are based in chemistry, biology, or medicine, applying cutting-edge biomedical informatics to their work.
CCMB is the University of Michigan institutional leader in the entire spectrum of biomedical informatics disciplines, including bioinformatics innovation, clinical informatics, and health informatics. Complementary faculty serve as co-mentors for graduate students of the U-M Bioinformatics Graduate Program which is housed at The Department of Computational Medicine and Bioinformatics.
The CCMB Seminar Series is held at Palmer Commons each Wednesday, at 3:30pm EST, and focuses on bioinformatics related topics. Each seminar is presented by an invited guest speaker. These seminars are recorded and made available for future viewing via a websites stream on the seminar page.
The CCMB Seminar Series is sponsored by The Department of Computational Medicine and Bioinformatics.