The Roche Institute Foundation announces the winners of its V Call for Scholarships for Training in Data Science in Personalized Precision Medicine

the Roche Institute Foundation The names of the winners were published in V Call for Training Assistance in Data Science in Personalized Precision Medicine To pursue a Master’s degree in Bioinformatics and Data Science in Personalized Precision Medicine and Health. With this call, and in conjunction with the opening of the Master’s Degree, the Roche Institute Foundation once again confirms its commitment to training professionals in areas that will be fundamental to the medicine of the future.

Promoting progress in future medicine

David Blakes, Graduated in Biomedical Engineering from the University of Valladolid; Francisco Jose Villena, Graduated in Biology from the University of Malaga; Jessica Lozam, Pre-doctoral student at the National Center for Cancer Research (CNIO). Noelia Sanchez, who obtained her degree as a Doctor of Functional Biology and Genomics at the Institute of Functional Biology and Genomics, CSIC – USAL; They were the winners of this edition. They all agreed to highlight the opportunity this scholarship provides them to develop their scientific careers; In addition to providing the necessary knowledge to meet the technical and scientific challenges posed by implementing this new way of practicing medicine in the context of current health and biomedical research.

The MSc Bioinformatics and Data Science in Precision Medicine and Health is jointly organized by Carlos III Health Institute (ISCIII), the National Center for Cancer Research (CNIO), Barcelona Supercomputing Center – National Supercomputing Center (BSC-CNS) and Spanish Society of Biotechnology (Sibut). Roche Institute Foundation Collaborate by offering these scholarships.

The Roche Institute Foundation grants the winners financial assistance covering 80% of the cost of master’s fees for each scholarship. As Dr. Al-Shahrour reported, “These scholarships are awarded to master’s students, enhancing academic and professional merit, and facilitating access to training for promising students with economic constraints.”

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to Consuelo Martin de Dios, Managing Director of the Roche Institute Foundation, “Training in bioinformatics and data science is essential to address the challenges of personalized precision medicine in the health system. “Gaining knowledge in this field will allow us to promote advances in future medicine and contribute to improving people’s health.”

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