The application is now open for CGSI 2022!

July 6-29, 2022 | Computational Genomics Summer Institute | UCLA
Tuesday, December 7, 2021
CGSI 2022

Apply to CGSI 2022 | July 6-29, 2022

**PhD students and other trainees who applied and registered in 2020 are automatically accepted into CGSI 2022.  There is no need to apply again.  Soon, you will each receive an admissions letter with instructions to register. Please look for that email, and respond to it with your questions. We hope you will join us this summer!**

As of now, we fully intend to offer an in-person experience.  We will follow all UCLA, county, state and federal policies to ensure the safety of participants.  The policies will be communicated to all participants in advance of the start of the program.  If policy does not allow us to hold CGSI in person, or if you cancel due to circumstances related to COVID, your fees will be refunded in full. 

Students and other trainees may apply to participate in the long program (July 6-29) or one of the short programs (July 11-15 or July 25-29).  Please see the website for more information.

We have started to assemble a stellar group of experts in the fields of computational genomics, precision health, and human disease to lead the training program and provide mentoring. The list of faculty will be updated as they confirm.

2022 CGSI Application Dates

  • Early Bird Registration Deadline: January 15, 2022 - $550
  • Regular Registration Deadline: March 1, 2022 - $650
  • Late Registration Deadline: May 1, 2022- $750
  • Very Late Registration After May 1, 2022 - $850 (space permitting)

CGSI 2021 | RECOMB
Virtual Meeting

CGSI 2020 | RECOMB
Virtual Meeting

CGSI 2020 | December
Virtual Meeting

Fun moments from previous summers ALBUM


The 2022 CGSI Organizers

CGSI Co-organizers:
Lisa Bastarache, Vanderbilt University
Sriram Sankararaman, UCLA
Noah Zaitlen, UCLA
James Zou, Stanford University

CGSI Program Co-directors:
Eleazar Eskin, UCLA
Eran Halperin, UCLA

CGSI Steering Committee
John Novembre, University of Chicago
Ben Raphael, Princeton University
Dima Shlyakhtenko, UCLA IPAM

 

Media Contact: 

Leticia Ortiz | Marketing & Communications | Building a community around data science in biomedicine
leticiaortiz@mednet.ucla.edu​
@CompMedUCLA