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Distinctive Microbiome Associated With Schizophrenia

Keith Crandall & fellow researchers at GW identified differences in the bacteria found in people with schizophrenia compared with people without the condition.

PLOS Computational Biology Looks at Where We Are and Where We Are Going

An indepth reflection on where the field of Computational Biology was when PLOS Computational Biology started 10 years ago, and where the science is headed.

CBI Featured in the Loudoun Business Journal

Director Keith Crandall highlights the benefits to having the CBI located at GW's Virginia Science and Technology Campus (VSTC) in Loudoun County, Virginia.

Keith Crandall Featured on CNN: "What We Still Don't Know About the Gulf Oil Spill"

CBI Director Keith Crandall discusses what we still don't know about the effects of the Deepwater Horizon explosion on the Gulf, 5 years after it occured.

Shuai Jiang and Nikita Alexeev Have Papers Accepted to AlCoB 2015

Congratulations to Alekseyev Lab members Shuai Jiang and Nikita Alexseev on each having a paper accepted to AlCob 2015.

Keith Crandall Speaks About the Future of Crayfish

Yabbies, crayfish, crawdads, call them what you will, but one-third of the world’s crayfish species are facing extinction according to a recent report by a team of 40 international scientists.

Postdoc Nikita Alexeev's Paper to Appear at the 3rd International Work-Conference on Bioinformatics and Biomedical Engineering (IWBBIO 2015).

Nikita Alexeev has developed a method for the rate estimation of evolutionary transpositions in his paper entitled "A Computational Method for the Rate Estimation of Evolutionary Transpositions".

Student Sergey Aganezov's Paper published in Science Magazine

In collaboration with Professor Max Alekseyev and the Anopheles Genomes Cluster Consortium, Sergey published the study "Highly evolvable malaria vectors: the genomes of 16 Anopheles mosquitoes".

Healthcare of the Future: GW on the Cutting Edge

Prof. Crandall, director of the GW Computational Biology Institute, speaks on the panel about panomics and precision medicine.

Student Sergey Aganezov's Paper Accepted to APBC 2015

The paper is titled "Scaffold assembly based on genome rearrangement analysis".

Computational Biology Institute Looks to Create Degree Program

Keith Crandall, the director of the University's Computational Biology Institute, is planning on creating a curriculum for a new graduate program in the field.

Interdisciplinary Research Team Finds Method for More Precise Diagnosis of Pneumonia

George Washington University researchers find DNA sequencing may lead to greater care for patients with ventilator-associated pneumonia.

Postdoctoral Fellow in Metagenomics at George Washington University

Focus on analysis of high-throughput sequencing microbiome data on the role of infectious agents on mental disorders with a focus on schizophrenia.

UNIConnect Donates Lab Management Software to GW Comp Bio Institute

Utah-based software firm UniConnect said this week that it will donate UniFlow, its laboratory process management software, to George Washington University's Computational Biology Institute (CBI).