Undergraduates- Many research and technology development opportunities are available for motivated undergraduate students in computational and biological sciences.  The possibilities range from volunteering in one of our research laboratories to completing an honors thesis or internship under the guidance of a core faculty member.  Selected students will have an opportunity to become members of research teams focusing on (1) building user-friendly software, (2) developing web-databases, and (3) automating genome and image analysis.
Graduate Students- Thinking of pursuing a master’s or PhD?  CEMI has many opportunities for those considering completing an advanced degree.  The center collaborates with departments throughout ASU such as Chemistry and Biochemistry, Biology, Computer Science, and Engineering to help you achieve your goals while working within our vision of evolutionary medicine and informatics.
Postdoctoral Research Associates- A range of opportunities exist to those looking for postdoctoral work within CEMI.  Successful candidates must have expertise in one of the following five areas:  (1) comparative analysis of DNA and protein sequences, (2) development of statistical or computational methods for molecular evolutionary analysis, (3) computer simulations in molecular phylogenetics, (4) building developmental gene interaction networks from data-mining, and (5) biological software and database development.  Candidates must have a Ph.D. in a related discipline.  For more information about specific research projects visit our research theme pages.
Email Carol Williams for more information.  (Carol.Williams.1@asu.edu)


Relevant Courses: 

Introduction to Research Techniques (BCH 392)

Chemical Biology (BCH 598, Special Topics)

General Genetics (BIO 340)

Organic Evolution (BIO 345)

Introduction to Computational  Molecular Biology (BIO 355/MBB 355)

Applied Molecular Genetics and Genomics (BIO 443)

Introduction to Comparative Genomics (BIO 455/BMI 465/BMI 598)

Evolutionary Medicine (BIO 494)

Emerging Infectious Diseases (BIO 494/BIO 598, Special Topics)

Populations: Evolutionary Genetics (BIO 545)

Principles of Human Genetics (BIO 546)

Evolution & Biology of Parasites & Pathogens (BIO 598, Special Topics)

Introduction to Biomedical Informatics (BMI 501)

Foundations of Biomedical Informatics Methods I (BMI 502)

Foundations of Biomedical Informatics Methods II (BMI 505)

Problem Solving in Biomedical Informatics (BMI 540)

Biostatics in Medicine and Informatics (BMI 591)

Modeling and Computational Biology (CBS 520)

Database Management (CSE 412/CSE 598)

Seminar:  Machine Learning (CSE 591)

Introduction to Data Mining (CSE 494/CSE 598, Special Topics)

Genetic Engineering and Society (MBB 343)

Functional Genomics (MBB 440)

Techniques in Functional Genomics (MBB 444)

Biology of Microorganisms (MIC 220)