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CPCB’s Biggest Incoming Class Starts Their First Day of Classes

The Joint CMU-University of Pittsburgh Ph.D. program in Computational Biology (CPCB) sees its biggest incoming class yet.  A total of 21 students have joined the program, beginning with their orientation…

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Dr. Anne-Ruxandra Carvunis named 2018 SEARLE Scholar

Dr. Carvunis has been named one of fifteen SEARLE Scholars for 2018. They are chosen for their pursuits in ground-breaking, high-risk research.

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2018 CPCB Recruitment Results

Congratulations to all of the students who will be joining us this year! ■CMU | ■Pitt Stefan Andjelkovic B.S. University of Belgrade M.S., University of Cambridge Ali Balci B.S., Istanbul Technical…

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New Carnegie Mellon Dynamic Statistical Model Follows Gene Expressions Over Time

Future Applications Could Range From fMRI Data to Social Networks and More Researchers at Carnegie Mellon University have developed a new dynamic statistical model to visualize changing patterns in networks,…

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First Year PhD student has first-authored paper accepted

Xiangrui Zeng, a first year PhD student in the Joint Carnegie Mellon-University of Pittsburgh Ph.D. program (CPCB), has been conducting a research project under the guidance of Dr. Min Xu.  His first-authored paper detailing…

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Jocelyn Sunseri Selected as Recipient of 2018 Phase-I MolSSI Software Fellowship

Congratulations to Jocelyn Sunseri who was selected as one of only 11 recipients of the 2018 Phase-I MolSSI Software Fellowship. She will receive six months of support in this program funded…

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Raghav Partha and the Clark and Chikina labs publish in eLife

  Subterranean mammals show convergent regression in ocular genes and enhancers, along with adaptation to tunneling Raghavendran Partha, Bharesh K Chauhan, Zelia Ferreira, Joseph D Robinson, Kira Lathrop, Ken K…

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MMBioS Center Renewed Five More Years

The Biomedical Technology and Research Resource (BTRR) on High Performance Computing for Multiscale Modeling of Biological Systems (MMBioS) was renewed for 5 years by NIH’s National Institute of General Medical…

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Luong Nguyen Successfully Defends

Congratulations to Luong, from the Chennubhotla and Taylor labs, who successfully defended her thesis titled: “Computational Pathology for Quantifying Spatial Heterogeneity in Transmitted Light and Immunofluorescence Digital Images Obtained from…

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Pittsburgh Gets a Tech Makeover

Looking for reasons to move to or stay in Pittsburgh? This New Yorker article details how our city has revitalized itself and become a tech hub in the US. “In…