UCLA Student Shares Her Experience at CBI

After performing research in the forests in Cameroon, UCLA undergraduate, Alexa, started her own club at UCLA to encourage students to do research in Africa. In this video, she shares her experience about...

Phylogenetic Workshop

A Phylogenetic Workshop on the basics of various phylogenetic techniques will cover the steps required from checking a sequence to constructing a tree. The event will be held at CBI from 13-17 November 2017. Interested participants should contact: Rolland Bantar...

Professional Development Workshop

A Professional Development Workshop on the Introduction to Liquid Chromatography and Mass Spectrometry for Chemists and Biochemists will be held at CBI on 26-29 December 2017. To apply, email Dr. Kevin Njabo at kynjabo@ucla.edu and Mrs. Rose Ndango at...

Teaching for the Future of Bioinformatics

At the University of New Orleans, conservation biologist Nicola Anthony, along with partners in the U.S. and Africa, is designing curricula with CyVerse to prepare students for a future when informatics is integral to all life sciences. “I think it’s really important...

Exploring the Link Between Cocoa Farms and Biodiversity

That chocolate you’re eating? There’s a good chance it came, in part, from Africa. The continent produces more than 70 percent of the world’s cocoa supply, mostly from small-scale, shade-grown farms in west and central Africa. Most cocoa trees need some shade to...

Apply now to be a GloCal Health Fellow at CBI

Fellowship applications are now open for advanced PhD and professional students and post-docs to spend a year conducting research related to health (defined broadly) at CBI’s campus in Cameroon through Fogarty International’s GloCal program. The application is due...