Congratulations to Taraz Buck, who successfully defended his thesis entitled, "Automatic construction of dynamic models of subcellular structure" on October 22nd. Taraz will be remaining in the Lane Center for a short postdoctoral stint before beginning his next position. Taraz was advised by Dr. Robert F. Murphy.
CPCB faculty member Chakra Chennubhotla is getting some press due to his recent paper reducing the thousands of odors humans can detect to only ten categories.
CPCB Director Dan Zuckerman has written an editorial for the Pittsburgh Post Gazette stressing the importance of teaching our kids programming skills and giving them an advantage in the evolving world of technology. You can read his article here.
Congratulations to Armaghan "Rumi" Naik, who successfully defended his thesis entitled, "Efficient Modeling and Active Learning of Biological Responses: Learning without Prior Knowledge" on August 28. Rumi has accepted a position as a Lane Fellow in Computational Biology at Carnegie Mellon.
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