The UCLA Department of Computational Medicine are pleased to announce our Third Annual Lange Symposium. This year’s topic is Computational Statistics. This annual event is hosted by the UCLA Department of Computational Medicine and supported in part by a grant from the National Human Genome Research Institute; R25 HG011845. The Annual Lange Symposium was launched in 2020 to honor UCLA Professor and National Academy of Sciences Fellow Kenneth Lange. The event celebrates the impact of Dr. Lange’s research, mentorship, and teaching over the course of an illustrious career spanning more than four decades.
The February 3, 2023 Lange Symposium is being held at the UCLA Luskin Conference Center.
Confirmed speakers at the 2023 Lange Symposium include:
Genevera Allen, Rice University
David Hunter, Penn State
Oscar Padilla, UCLA
Marc Suchard, UCLA
Jason Xu, Duke University
$30 - Student
$50 - Postdoc, Faculty, Professional
The registration deadline is January 6, 2023.
Diversity Travel Awards
The conference is offering travel awards for attendees who will further the goal of increasing the diversity of the biomedical workforce. This includes persons from underrepresented groups (i.e., racial and ethnic minorities, first-generation college students, and persons with disabilities). You may also apply if you are faculty from an advanced degree granting institution with a high enrollment of underrepresented minority students, who would be interested in partnering with UCLA faculty to make symposium and workshop material available to their students.
Travel awards will cover travel within the U.S., meals, and lodging.
Apply for a Travel Award for the February 3, 2023 Lange Symposium on the conference website.
The travel award application deadline is December 9, 2022. Results will be announced December 16 2022.
- Affiliate Award Fund Eligible
- NISS Sponsored