Consistent with its role of promoting computational biology the CCBI has contributed to numerous internal and external committees, panels and initiatives including the Cambridge Big Data Strategic Initiative and the successful bid by Cambridge to co-found the Alan Turing Institute.
Other examples include:
BBSRC ENWW Strategy Advisory Panel
External Training Advisory Group, European Bioinformatics Institute
Scientific Advisory Board, Norwegian National Research School in Bioinformatics, Biostatistics and Systems Biology
High Performance Computing Strategy Group (Subcommittee of the University's Research Policy Committee).
Chair, Steering Group of School of Biological Sciences Bioinformatics Training Facility