Projects

Register now for the 2017 BioHealth
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The Capital Area Advanced Research
and Education Network is an initiative
designed to build a high-performance
research and education infrastructure
serving the Washington, DC, and
Northern Virginia areas. CAAREN
will facilitate world-class research,
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CBI Transitions to the Milken Institute School of Public Health

The Computational Biology Institute is highlighted in the Milken Institute School of Public Health's "2016 Progress Report" as we make the exciting transition into the organization. Check us out on page 17!

Events

September
09—
May
19
12:00pm—1:00pm

"A review of bioinformatic pipeline frameworks" by Jeremy Leipzig

March 17, 2017

High-throughput bioinformatic analyses increasingly rely on pipeline frameworks to process sequence and metadata.

About the CBI

GWU
The Computational Biology Institute (CBI) at the George Washington University (GW) is an interdisciplinary effort building on GW’s strengths in life sciences and computational science, in addition to the wealth of research centers in the Washington, DC-area. By bringing together GW experts and scholars from partner institutions, CBI will provide cutting edge research, enable broad educational activities in computational biology and provide computational biology services to university researchers and public and private partners.

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Announcements

Two Positions Open at Karna

Karna provides health services to the government and has been recognized as one of the top 15 "fastest growing companies" in Atlanta. Karna provides health-related consulting services to the government in the various areas. The company has two positions open in the Alexandria, VA area. To see a posting for a Biostatician, click here. To see a posting for a Public Health Analyst, click here.

 

Workshop on Quantum Computing and Its Application

A one-day workshop on Quantum Computing and its applications in drug development will take place on Thursday March 16, 2017 at George Washington University, following ENAR 2017 Spring meeting. The workshop is co-organized by GWU Department of Statistics, Lockheed Martin Corporation and ICON Plc. Click the link above for more information.

 

8th International Moscow Conference on Computational Molecular Biology

The conference will take place on July 27th to 30th in Moscow, Russia. The conference will feature about 40 talks, 100 posters, as well as demonstrations and roundtables. Click above for more information!

 

2017 ORNL Research Opportunities and Intelligence Community Postdoctoral Research Fellowship Program

The Intelligence Community (IC) Postdoctoral Research Fellowship Program offers scientists and engineers from a wide variety of disciplines unique opportunities to conduct research in a wide range of topics relevant to the Intelligence Community. Applications are due March 31st. For more information, click on the link above!

 

Open Bioinformatics Scientist Position at Thermo Fisher

Thermo Fisher Scientific is a leader in promoting global health. As part of that mission, we are seeking a bioinformatics scientist to contribute to genotyping by sequencing (GBS) projects related to trait selection for plant and animal breeders. Click on the link above to apply.

 

2nd International Zika Conference and Workshop

The event will be taking place on March 29th-31st in Herndon, VA. To learn more, click the link above!

 

Big Data in Biomedicine Conference at Stanford University

Join researchers and leaders from academia, hospitals, government and industry for two days at Stanford Medicine to spark collaborations, address challenges, and identify actionable steps for using large-scale data analysis and technology to improve human health. See the event webpage above!

 

The BD2K Guide to the Fundamentals of Data Science

The NIH Big Data to Knowledge program has announced a series of online lectures. Click the link above for more details.

Corporate Partnerships

The Computational Biology Institute is proud to partner with:

 


Karna supports Federal agencies in the areas of science, research,

technology, lab, communications, and management consulting. 

 

AMPEL BioSolutions interrogates, analyzes, synthesizes and

interprets the world's biomedical knowledge to provide novel

solutions for clinical research questions.

Research News

CBI Director Keith Crandall Published in Stat

February 09, 2017

Director of the Computational Biology Institute Keith Crandall was recently published an article in Stat titled "Creating family trees for disease-causing microbes could help control outbreaks".

PhD Student Jimmy Bernot Published in Systematic Parasitology

February 06, 2017

Jimmy Bernot, a PhD student in the Computational Biology Institute, has published an article on a new species of Pseudopandarus Kirtisinghe.

Perez-Losada Awarded Margaret Q. Landenberger Research Foundation Grant

February 03, 2017

Dr Marcos Perez-Losada, faculty member at the Computational Biology Institute at The George Washington University, has been awarded a grant from the Margaret Q Landenberger Research Foundation.

Perez-Losada and Crandall Publish in PLOS One

January 24, 2017

Dr Perez-Losada and Dr Keith Crandall, in cooperation with researchers from Children's National Medical Center and Universidada do Porto, have published an article in PLOS One.

Marcos Perez-Losada Published in The Pediatric Infectious Disease Journal

January 03, 2017

CBI faculty member Marcos Perez-Losada was recently published in the Pediatric Infectious Disease Journal.