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Combi Seminars

Combi Seminars focus specifically on developments in molecular and computational biology-related research and feature UW faculty, postdoctoral fellows, and researchers from regionally affiliated centers and institutes.

Seminars are held during Autumn and Winter quarters on Wednesdays at 1:30 in Foege Auditorium unless otherwise noted. Please check the schedule for speakers and topics.

CMB Retreat

The CMB Annual Retreat is a vital component of the program. It provides a forum to gather the entire CMB community, to showcase work by CMB students, faculty, and others, and to discuss open problems, trends, and a variety of topics of current interest.

Friday, October 2, 2020
CMB Program Retreat

Friday, October 4, 2019
9:00 - 4:00 | agenda | UW Waterfront Activities Center | no registration necessary

past symposia:

2014 | 2012 | 2011 | 2010 | 2009 | 2008 | 2007

CMB Journal Club

The CMB journal club is CSE 590C, a weekly seminar on Readings and Research in Computational Biology offered every autumn, winter, and spring.

Related Seminar Series at University of Washington

Several seminar series on campus regularly have talks of interest to the computational biology community:

Statistical Genetics Seminars
Mathematical Biology Journal Club

Genome Sciences Seminars

Biostatistics Seminars

Microbiology Seminars

Email Lists

Announcements for these and other seminars of relevance to computational biologists are usually sent to the compbio-seminars@cs.washington.edu mailing list. All are welcome to subscribe and/or post relevant announcements:

Announcements of local, national and international conferences, occasional job postings and other topics of potential relevance to computational biologists are usually sent to the companion list compbio-group@cs.washington.edu. Again, all are welcome to subscribe and/or post relevant messages: