Distinguished Lecturer in Computation Biology

The Broad Institute Distinguished Lecture in Computational Biology is an annual event organized by the Computational Biology and Bioinformatics Organization that recognizes outstanding investigators in the field of computational biology. Lectures are typically held in the spring each year and are open to the Broad scientific community and invited guests.


Synthetic Biology and Biocomputation: Life Redesigned

J.J. Collins, Ph.D.
Center of Synthetic Biology, Boston University

April 16th, 2014


Genetics of complex traits: combining genomics and probabilistic models

Daphne Koller, Ph.D.
Stanford University

April 4th, 2013


Understanding cancer and other complex traits using physical and genetic networks

Trey Ideker, Ph.D.
Univerisity of California, San Diego School of Medicine

April 19th, 2012


The Amylome

David Eisenberg, Ph.D.
UCLA-DOE Institute for Genomics & Proteomics

April 27th, 2011


Back to the Future: the importance and application of statistics in modern biology

Dr. Ewan Birney
European Bioinformatics Institute

June 28th, 2010


Design principles of biological systems

Professor Uri Alon
Weizmann Institue of Science

April 22nd, 2009


Gene Networks Reflecting Tissue-Tissue Interactions Highlight Novel Causal Patterns of Association with Core Disease Processes

Eric Schadt, Ph.D. 
Rosetta Informatics, Inc.

April 8th, 2008


Yeast genome duplication and the route from there to here

Ken Wolfe, Ph.D.
Trinity College, Dublin

April 27, 2007


Reconstructing 100 million years of human evolution

David Haussler, Ph.D.
University of California, Santa Cruz

May 15, 2006