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Alekseyev and Avdeev Published in Frontiers in Genetics

Associate Professor Max Alekseyev and CBI GRA Pavel Avdeev co-published "Implicit transpositions in DCJ scenarios

Alekseyev and Avdeev Quoted in GW Hatchet

CBI associate professor Max Alekseyev and CBI GRA Pavel Avdeev were quoted in the GW Hatchet with regards to the identity of the VSTC.

Ives Published by National Academy of Medicine

In 2015 the National Academy of Medicine and the Roundtable on Population Health Improvement of the National Academies of Sciences, Engineering, and Medicine (the National Academies) held the third

Marcos Perez-Losada and Gustav Nino to Receive NIH-R21

Assistant Professor Marcos Perez-Losada is co-investigator, along with Gustav Nino as the primary investigator, in an exploratory/developmental research grant titled: “Exosomal miR-155 Regulates Ai

New Analysis Characterizes HIV Epidemic in Washington, DC

A new analysis of the evolutionary history of HIV in the District of Columbia gives researchers a more comprehensive picture of the epidemic over time.

Crandall, Perez-Losada, and Maxwell Published in PLoS One

Professor Keith Crandall, Assistant Professor Marcos Perez-Losada, and Associate Research Professor Taylor Maxwell co-authored an article, "

Special Issue "Bioinformatics Algorithms and Applications" - 1st Call for Papers

Special Issue:   "Bioinformatics Algorithms and Applications"
Journal:   Algorithms
Submission Deadline:   15 November 2017

List of All Species of Crayfish Published by Keith Crandall

How many species of crayfish can you name? Not many, or perhaps none?

Keith Crandall Published in Journal of Crustacean Biology

A new paper published in the Journal of Crustacean Biology provides an updated classification system that includes all the known crayfishes worldwide. The study, by Keith A.

Aperiomics Mentioned in "Technically DC"

Aperiomics, a spin-off company from a joint venture between Professor Keith Crandall, Director of the Computational Biology Institute, and The George Washington University, was mentioned in "Techni