The biggest innovations of the 21st century will be at the intersection of biology and technology. A new era is beginning - Steve Jobs, Apple Founder
The Informatics@CIT team provide an MSc in Computational Biology, hosted by the Department of Biological Sciences. This level 9 degree represents an interdisciplinary field of science which strives to solve complex biological problems using computational techniques and algorithms.
The Informatics@CIT PIs are also involved in linked postgraduate programmes such as:
Furthermore the PIs deliver on a number of Informatics modules at undergraduate level. A subset of these include Systems Biology and Bioinformatics hosted by the Department of Biological Sciences as well as Cloud Computing with Python and Network Systems hosted by the Department of Computing.