Carnegie Mellon Ranked First in publications in highly-selective Computational Biology conferences
Based on analysis by csrankings.org, Carnegie Mellon is the front-runner in computational biology. The rankings are based upon accepted proceedings papers at the top computational biology conferences, ISMB and RECOMB. These conferences typically accept only around 15% of submitted papers and the number of accepted papers over many years is a strong indication of Carnegie Mellon’s leadership in framing novel biomedical research questions in computational terms and developing rigorous and scalable solutions.
Carnegie Mellon was also ranked first across all of computer science, consistent with many other ranking metrics.