Since the conference inception, Loyola’s bioinformatics majors have been presenting their research at the Great Lakes Bioinformatics Conference. This conference provides a unique and invaluable opportunity for our majors to present their research and network with leaders in the field to discuss emerging techniques and technologies. Click here to learn more and support our majors with their endeavors.
The bioinformatics major at Loyola provides students with the training and opportunities to become leaders in this ground-breaking discipline, with career advancement and post-graduate possibilities for years to come.
Senior Bioinformatics majors Kelly Boyd and Amanda Misch as well as Junior Bioinformatics major Emma Highland attended and presented at the 2015 Grace Hopper Conference in Houston, TX (October 2015). These three majors have been hard at work on the CREU (Collaborative Research Experiences for Undergraduate) funded project (2014-2015), exploring the transcriptomes of avian species.