Diabetes & Bioinformatics Training

Harvard Training Program in Bioinformatics Applied to Diabetes, Obesity and Metabolism

Welcome to the Harvard T32 Training Program in Bioinformatics Applied to Diabetes, Obesity and Metabolism!

This NIH-funded program aims to train post-doctoral MD, MD-PhD, or PhD investigators with a quantitative background who have an interest in metabolic disease. The goal is to support junior scientists who wish to apply a rigorous analytical approach to big data in order to solve problems and elucidate unanswered questions of high concern to human metabolic health, such as obesity and type 2 diabetes.

Learn more about the program’s goals and how it operates here.

Request for Applications

We announce a request for applications for NIH T32-DK110919 with an intended start date of January 1st, 2022. The requirements for the application process and all application documents can be found here.

Program Faculty

Trainees accepted into the program receive dedicated instruction, and are paired with faculty mentors who can provide rigorous training in a multidisciplinary setting pertinent to metabolic diseases. Our research mentors are part of the wider faculty of Harvard University and its affiliated hospitals, as well as the Broad Institute.

You can learn more about our faculty and their areas of specialization here.