Congratulations to Emily Speranza and Nicolas Pabon on receiving NSF Graduate Research Fellowships! GRFP supports outstanding graduate students in NSF-supported STEM disciplines who are pursuing research-based Master’s and doctoral degrees at accredited United States institutions. Emily is in the Bioinformatics program at Boston University, and Nick is a graduate student in the Joint CMU-Pitt Ph.D. Program in Computational Biology. (More info on the NSF GRFP)
Brooklyn Stanley’s (TECBio 2013) manuscript “Genetic association of MPPED2 and ACTN2 with dental caries,” has been accepted for publication in the Journal of Dental Research, with an acceptance date of 15-Apr-2014. Congratulations, Brooklyn!!
We’re not the only ones in love with this city:
The application for TECBio REU @ Pitt 2014 is now open and will remain open until the deadline of March 2, 2014. Apply now! Tell your friends! It’s going to be a great summer!
Why should you come to Pittsburgh? It has been ranked one of the best places to live in the United States ! Read more about why we’re ranked so highly.
Thanks to all the students, mentors and staff for a great summer! It was great to hear about the research from our 12 outstanding students! Best of luck in your future endeavors! Stay in touch and let us know what the future brings.
Katie Cunningham’s (TECBio 2011) paper, “Spectral clustering strategies for heterogenous disease expression data,” was featured in the Pacific Symposium Biocomputing 2013. Congratulations, Katie!!