CPCB student Virginia Burger (advisor: Dr. Chakra Chennubhotla) has been awarded a two-year NSF Postdoctoral Research Fellowship award in Biology, Competitive Area #2, Intersection of Biology and Math, Physical Science and Engineering. She will conduct her postdoctoral research at MIT and Vrije Universiteit Brussel. Congratulations, Virginia!
Congratulations to Cordelia Ziraldo, who successfully defended her thesis entitled "Computational Models of Inflammation and Wound Healing" on April 16. Cordelia has accepted a position as a Research Fellow in the labs of Jennifer Linderman and Denise Kirschner at the University of Michigan, where she will be studying the immune response to infection with M. tuberculosis. Cordelia was advised by Dr. Yoram Vodovotz.
Congratulations to Shan Zhong, who successfully defended his thesis entitled "Computational Study of Transcriptional Regulation - From Sequence to Expression" on April 16. Shan has accepted a position as a Bioinformatics Scientist in the Molecular Anatomic Pathology Laboratory at UPMC Presbyterian. Shan was advised by Dr. Ziv Bar-Joseph.
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