Category: News

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CPCB Graduate, Joshua Kangas, launches company

While completing his degree in the CPCB program, Joshua Kangas, Ph.D. teamed up with Professor Robert F. Murphy, Ph.D. to create and patent the Computational Research Engine™ (CoRE).  CoRE is a big data analytics technology that...

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STIR Predoctoral Grant Competition – Fully Funded

Congratulations to Devin Sullivan and Shannon Quinn for getting their pilot project, Short-Term Innovative Research (STIR): Predoctoral Grant Competition, fully funded on Experiment.com. Overview: Writing grants is the number one skill required for a successful independent...

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Congrats to our recent graduates!

Congratulations to our cohort of December 2013 and August 2014 graduates! Nabil Azhar (Vodovotz Lab) Computational Modeling of Inflammatory Mediators in Acute Illness: from Networks to Mechanisms Taraz Buck (Murphy Lab) defended his thesis: Automatic construction...

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Dr. Chennubhotla receives mentoring award

Please join us in congratulating Dr. Chakra Chennubhotla on being selected to receive a Medical Student Research Mentoring Merit Award. This award is presented to a Scholarly Project (SP) mentor of a graduating Pitt...

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CPCB Featured in the Scientist

Our Joint Carnegie Mellon – University of Pittsburgh Ph.D. Program in Computational Biology (CPCB) was highlighted in the Scientist. The article spoke of the new interdisciplinary environments being created by today’s big data sets...