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Read profiles of our PhD students to learn about their experience and research. 

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The Columbia University Department of Systems Biology invites applications from students interested in pursuing careers at the frontiers of modern biology. You will learn to apply powerful, multidisciplinary approaches and address critical biological questions from the perspective of complex genomic and molecular systems.

PhD education at Columbia stresses the importance of high-throughput experimentation, quantitative analysis of large biological data sets, and innovative technology development. Whether your primary interest is in experimental or computational research in systems biology, the experience you gain will prepare you to participate in cutting-edge science that integrates the two.

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Applications are now being accepted for the 2017/2018 academic year. The deadline is December 2, 2016. Learn how to apply.

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Columbia Systems Biology Launches Master's Course with School of Professional Studies
The course is designed for anyone interested in understanding how systems biology is helping to address today’s grand challenges in biomedical research.
Automated, Single Cell RNA-Seq Enables Research on Tumor Ecology
A new technology developed in the Sims Lab makes it easier to explore functional diversity among cancer cells, and is playing a key role in several Department research projects.