EHA-EMBL/EBI Computational Biology Training in Hematology

 The CBTH 2025 call for applications is open until August 30, 2024.
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What is Computational Biology Training in Hematology?

Computational Biology Training in Hematology (CBTH) provides early-career researchers aiming to specialize in computational and quantitative biology aspects of hematology with a unique, year-long training and mentoring experience by top-tier faculty.

CBTH is a joint effort of the European Hematology Association (EHA) and the European Molecular Biology Laboratory-European Bioinformatics Institute (EMBL-EBI) that aims to support the development of quantitative skills for hematology researchers through training and mentoring in computational biology.

The CBTH program will be organized with two multi-day workshops in a city in Europe and a follow up session at the EHA Congress.

CBTH sponsor

This program has been made possible through the generous support of an unrestricted grant from our sponsor.

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Is CBTH for me?

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What to expect

Find out about the faculty, the learning objectives and how the program is built.

How to apply

Find out how to submit your application, what is required and why.

Practical information

When and where to the meetings take place? Are there costs for you?

For mentors of applicants

If your associate is applying for CBTH, please read this information about what is expected from you and your institute.