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.
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.
The Computational Biology Institute is glad to welcome Alexander Ives as its new Administrative Associate, replacing Veronica Haight as she transitions out of her position.
Crandall Lab PhD student Jimmy Bernot will use his grant to conduct collborative research in London in 2017. Congratulations Jimmy!
Congratulations to Crandall Lab PhD student Jimmy Bernot for receiving the American Museum of National History (AMNH) Lerner Gray for Marine Research!
Former CBI undergrad Sarah Hilton had her Honors Thesis titled "Metataxonomic and Metagenomic Approaches vs Culture-Based Techniques for Clinical Pathology" published in Frontiers in Microbiology.
Congratulations to PI Jakub Kostal's undergraduate John-Hanson Machado for winning the 2016 Joseph Breen Fellowship for his Green Chemistry research!
Crandall Lab student Bryan Nguyen won the award for his research titled "Metasequencing Sandy Beach Microbial Eukaryotic Diversity: Community Assembly Across an Environmental Gradient"