Are you interested in integrating math and computer sciences with the study of biology, chemistry or neuroscience? Then check out the Computational Biology Doctoral Program at New York University. This program provides research training in bioinformatics/genomics, biomolecular modeling, and computational neurobiology and physiology that prepares students for careers in academia and private industry.Along with your doctoral research and coursework there are opportunities for research internships. All students accepted into this program are guaranteed a stipend and free tuition for five years.Contact the program's director Dr. Michael Shelley at NYU for more information, or go to their webpage. Deadline dates for application vary depending on the specific department you apply to, but most are in mid-December for the Fall 2011 semester.