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The School of Medicine at UC Denver began offering a Ph.D. in Computational Bioscience in 2001. A formal program was created in 2004 when the school’s Academic Enrichment Fund contributed $1.5 million to launch the program. Students in the program come from a variety of educational and professional backgrounds including physicians, biologists, computer scientists and engineers. Graduates leave the program with the expertise to join faculty programs in bioinformatics, medicine or computer science, or to assume high–level research positions in government or industry.

More information about the School of Medicine at UC Denver’s Computational Bioscience Program is available from Kathy Thomas, Administrative Coordinator, at .

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The School of Medicine faculty works to advance science and improve care in their role as physicians, educators, and scientists at University of Colorado Hospital, The Children’s Hospital, Denver Health, National Jewish Medical and Research Center and the Veterans Administration Medical Center. The School is part of the School of Medicine at the University of Colorado Denver, one of three universities in the University of Colorado system. For more information, visit the Web site at or the UC Denver Newsroom at

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