An Unprecedented Era for Bioscience We are at the beginning of a new golden age for bioscience. New genomic, proteomic, and imaging technologies have produced mountains of biological data. Navigating this new terrain demands a new kind of scientist. One who is comfortable with quantitative and computational analyses. One who can reach across a wide range of disciplines, work with multiple experts, and think fearlessly. At the University of Colorado Boulder, you can become this kind of scientist. As a graduate student in our Interdisciplinary Quantitative Biology (IQ Biology) PhD program, you will gain access to world-class educators and colleagues across many different disciplines and departments. We are dedicated to working together to transform mountains of data into knowledge, and using it to discover, develop, and deliver real-world solutions. I hope you will consider joining our IQ Biology program. Please visit our website at IQBiology.colorado.edu.You will find more information there about IQ Biology and learn how to apply for this exciting program. Sincerely,
Dr. Cech returned to CU-Boulder and BioFrontiers after leading the Howard Hughes Medical Institute for nine years. He is one of four Nobel Laureates working on the Boulder campus.
Thomas Cech, PhD Director, BioFrontiers Institute Director, IQ Biology U ni ve r si t y o f Col or a d o B ould er