Robin E. C. Lee Awarded Outstanding InvestigatorDr. Lee’s grant proposal entitled “Deciphering dynamic signals in control of cell fate decisions” has been selected to receive an R35 Outstanding Investigator ‘MIRA’ award from the NIGMS.
Congrats to our new alumnus, Dr. Jose Juan Tapia-ValenzuelaJose Juan Tapia-Valenzuela successfully defended his dissertation, “A study on systems modeling frameworks and their Interoperability”
Congratulations, Dr. Robert Sheehan!Bobby Sheehan successfully defended his dissertation, “Closing the loop: A combined computational modeling and experimental approach provides novel insights into immune cell signaling systems and their global effects.”
Congratulations to Dr. Andrew J Sedgewick, CPCB’s newest Ph.D. AlumnusThursday, July 07, 2016
Congratulations to Dr. Andrew J Sedgewick, CPCB’s newest Ph.D. AlumnusAJ Sedgewick successfully defended his thesis, “Graphical models for de novo and pathway-based network prediction over multi-modal high-throughput biological data” on June 29, 2016
Congratulations to Dr. David Farrow, CPCB’s newest Ph.D. AlumTuesday, July 05, 2016
Congratulations to Dr. David Farrow, CPCB’s newest Ph.D. AlumDr. David Farrow successfully defended his thesis, “Modeling the Past, Present, and Future of Influenza” on June 23, 2016.
Murphy receives grant from new international collaboration programFriday, June 17, 2016
Murphy receives grant from new international collaboration programCPCB Founding Director Bob Murphy and his collaborator Christoph Wülfing from the University of Bristol have just received grants from a new program encouraging collaboration between U.S. and U.K. investigators.
Congratulations to newly-minted Ph.D., Dr. Rory Donovan!Tuesday, May 31, 2016
Congratulations to newly-minted Ph.D., Dr. Rory Donovan!Congratulations to Dr. Rory Donovan, who successfully defended his thesis, “Efficient Sampling in Stochastic Biological Models” on May 31.
Study of dynamics of T cell signaling published in Science SignalingWednesday, May 11, 2016
Study of dynamics of T cell signaling published in Science SignalingCPCB alum Dr. Taraz Buck and current CPCB student Xiongtao Ruan, were co-first authors of a collaboration between Carnegie Mellon and the University of Bristol resulting in a major recent paper in Science Signaling.
CPCB group’s robotically driven experimentation system could reduce the cost of discovering drug and target interactionsTuesday, May 10, 2016
CPCB group’s robotically driven experimentation system could reduce the cost of discovering drug and target interactionsA group of CPCB researchers have created the first robotically driven experimentation system to determine the effects of a large number of drugs on many proteins, reducing the number of necessary experiments by 70%.
Koes and Sunseri published in Nucleic Acids ResearchTuesday, April 26, 2016