AY 2020-21 - Vol. 2
Featured Courses & Workshops
This course is ideal for anyone interested in developing and strengthening their empathetic practice during patient interaction.

This course will provide an overview of topics that are important for the understanding of global health from an infectious disease perspective.

MATLAB® is a high-level language that enables you to quickly perform computation and visualization through easy-to-use programming constructs. This three-day course provides a comprehensive introduction to the MATLAB® technical computing environment. 
This course, which will be presented entirely in virtual format this year, will focus on three types of Super Resolution Microscopy...
Upcoming Events & News
Q & A with a FAES Bioinformatics and Data Science Instructor
James Anibal, B.S.
CRTA Research Fellow
National Cancer Institute, NIH

I studied computer science at Case Western Reserve University from 2016-2020 and in Spring 2020 I was accepted into the Computer Science PhD program at the University of Cambridge. I decided to spend a year working at the NIH because of the COVID-19 pandemic, so I will b starting my PhD in Fall 2021.
FAES: What course(s) and/or workshops will you be teaching in Spring 2021? 
JA: I will be teaching the following workshop and courses:

FAES: What are you most looking forward to for the upcoming semester?
JA: I am really looking forward to teaching the BIOF 101 course this January. I am thrilled that so
many people want to learn computer programming. I am also very excited that this course is
available to the general public... Continue Reading