Dan DeBlasio has published a book with his Ph.D. advisor covering his research on learning the best way to run algorithms for multiple sequence alignment. Dan is a member of the Kingsford Group and a Lane Fellow in the Computational Biology Department at Carnegie Mellon.
I’ve started a blog at monogrammedchalk.com. Check it out — CS+other stuff. Rarely, if ever, about my research (which will continue to be posted here at my group’s website).
We are trying to prioritize our feature development for future versions of Sailfish / Salmon and related tools. If you’ve used our Sailfish or Salmon software, we’re interested in your thoughts and experiences. We’d really appreciate any feedback you could provide by filling out this short questionnaire: https://goo.gl/forms/3oxntoO5RFahOQOe2 Thanks! Carl…
Kingsford Group, School of Computer Science, Carnegie Mellon University March 1, 2017 The Kingsford Group in the Computational Biology Department in the School of Computer Science at Carnegie Mellon University invites applications to fill several available postdoc positions. The Kingsford Group develops a variety of algorithms and analyses related to large-scale genomics and seeks candidates whose research interests lie in that area.…
Congratulations to Brad Solomon who passed his Ph.D. proposal on Dec. 1, 2016!
Sep. 2016: Dan DeBlasio, Ph.D. was elected to the ISCB Student Council Leadership (as Student Council Representative to ISCB Board of Directors). Sep. 2016: Hao Wang, Ph.D. successfully defended her Ph.D. August 2016: Hao Wang, Ph.D. student in the group, receives the CPCB Research award for her research contributions during…