The Interdisciplinary Quantitative Biology (IQ Biology) program at the University of Colorado Boulder invites applications from exceptional students who have strong interdisciplinary interests and the ability to develop novel quantitative approaches to solve biological problems. As a graduate student in the IQ Biology program, you will gain access to world-class educators and colleagues across many different disciplines and departments. The main interdisciplinary areas of focus are: Mathematical Biology, Computational Biology, Bioengineering, Biophysics, and Image Analysis with specific projects including COVID-19 disease epidemiology, microbiome genetics, cell migration in wound healing, honeybee foraging, and meerkat territory dynamics. Faculty from eight departments across the sciences and engineering are participating in the IQ-Biology graduate PhD certificate program. It offers students an opportunity to enter into an academically diverse cohort from the very beginning and encourages them to take on innovative research projects that integrate multiple disciplines while still obtaining a PhD in a participating department.