The Graduate School at Cornell University is formally organized into academic fields of study.
Faculty in Computational Biology usually advise graduate students in the following graduate fields:
Computational Biology PhD Program
Computational Biology (CB) at Cornell is an interdisciplinary program that links the computational and mathematical sciences with the life sciences.
Genetics, Genomics and Development
The Graduate Field of Genetics, Genomics and Development (GGD) at Cornell University engages in cutting-edge training to study mechanisms that underlie inheritance, genome organization, development, disease, population structure, and evolution.
Statistics and Data Science
Specializations in the department are vast and include statistical science, social statistics, and biometry and range from computational statistics and machine learning to statistical methods for astrophysics, genomics, medicine, legal studies, and much more.
Other related fields
Faculty additionally have associations with the following related fields: