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Professor Keith Crandall, Director of the Computational Biology Institute, was interviewed for an article in the Washington Post.
Jimmy Bernot, PhD student and graduate research assistant with the Computational Biology Institute, was awarded the 2017 Edward & Phyllis Reed Fellowship.
Assistant Research Professor Marcos Perez-Losada was published in Genetics and Evolution of Infectious Diseases in April 2017.
Marcos Perez-Losada and co-authors published "Nasopharyngeal microbiome in premature infants and stability during rhinovirus infection" in the Journal of Investigative Medicine.
Professor Keith Crandall, Director of the Computational Biology Institute, was recently interviewed for an article by Beth Baker, "Big Data Opens Promising Career Paths for Biologists".
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".
Jimmy Bernot, a PhD student in the Computational Biology Institute, has published an article on a new species of Pseudopandarus Kirtisinghe.
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.
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.
CBI faculty member Marcos Perez-Losada was recently published in the Pediatric Infectious Disease Journal.
Members of the CBI, including postdoctoral researcher Dr Nikita Alexeev, PhD student Pavel Avdeyev, and CBI faculty member Dr Max Alekseyev, have published an article in BMC Bioinformatics.
Several GW researchers, including CBI Director Dr. Keith Crandall, received funding from the National Cancer Institute to look at the impact of human endogenous retroviruses in certain cancers.
Dr. Keith Crandall, Director of the Computational Biology Institute, is quoted in this article about the continuing successes of researchers at GWU.
Dr. Keith Crandall, Director of the Computational Biology Institute at The George Washington University, will be participating in the Joint GW Children's National Informatics Seminar Series, on the subject of "Computational Approaches for Biodiversity Informatics".
DC CFAR Investigator, Amanda Castel, MD, MPH, and Marcos Perez-Losada, PhD, MS Receive NIH CFAR Administrative Supplement
CBI member Dr. Marcos Perez-Losada and his colleague Dr. Amanda Castel have received a NIH CFAR Administrative Supplement, concerning HIV transmission research in Washington, D.C.