Jian Ma Receives Endowed ProfessorshipJian Ma recently received endowed faculty chair in recognition of their work and to support further research.
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Masters Program Informational WebinarJoshua Kangas and Daniel J. Brasier recently held an informational webinar for the Computational Biology Master programs.
CPCB Graduate Awarded Honorable Mention for SCS Dissertation AwardYang Yang was awarded an honorable mention for the SCS Dissertation Award
CMU CompBio Researchers Take Leading Roles in NIH SenNet ProgramCarnegie Mellon University's Computational Biology Department will lend leadership, critical expertise and computational resources to an ambitious National Institutes of Health program to locate and study senescent cells in the human body.
Machine Learning Offers High-Definition Glimpse of How Genomes Organize in Single CellsDespite the potential impact these bundles have on human health, science knows little about how genome folding happens in the cell nucleus and how that influences the way genes are expressed. But a new algorithm developed by a team in Carnegie Mellon University's Computational Biology Department offers a powerful tool for illustrating the process at an unprecedented resolution.
Research Shows Promising Results for Parkinson's Disease TreatmentFriday, October 08, 2021
Research Shows Promising Results for Parkinson's Disease TreatmentResearchers from Carnegie Mellon University have found a way to make deep brain stimulation (DBS) more precise, resulting in therapeutic effects that outlast what is currently available.
Xulab Publishes Two Papers in Top Computer Vision ConferenceThursday, September 30, 2021
Xulab Publishes Two Papers in Top Computer Vision ConferenceDr. Min Xu’s lab has two papers accepted by the International Conference of Computer Vision (ICCV), a top conference in computer vision.
Join Us For a Virtual CPCB Recruitment Event!Thursday, September 16, 2021
Join Us For a Virtual CPCB Recruitment Event!Schedule of events for virtual CPCB recruitment event
Welcome, CBD!Friday, August 27, 2021
Welcome, CBD!Welcome letter from Russell Schwartz for the fall 2021 semester
Algorithm Uses Mass Spectrometry Data To Predict Identity of MoleculesFriday, June 18, 2021
Algorithm Uses Mass Spectrometry Data To Predict Identity of MoleculesAn algorithm designed by researchers from Carnegie Mellon University's Computational Biology Department and St. Petersburg State University in Russia could help scientists identify unknown molecules.
CMU Team Develops Machine Learning Platform That Mines Nature for New DrugsThursday, June 03, 2021
CMU Team Develops Machine Learning Platform That Mines Nature for New DrugsResearchers from Carnegie Mellon University's Computational Biology Department in the School of Computer Science have developed a new process that could reinvigorate the search for natural product drugs to treat cancers, viral infections and other ailments.
Huangqingbo Sun Publishes First Paper in BioinformaticsWednesday, May 26, 2021
Huangqingbo Sun Publishes First Paper in BioinformaticsHuangqingbo (Paul) Sun, a member of the first graduating class of our M.S. in Automated Science program, has published his first journal paper in the leading computational biology journal, Bioinformatics
Fang, Pfenning Receive NSF Career AwardsFriday, May 21, 2021
Fang, Pfenning Receive NSF Career AwardsNearly $1 million in recent funding from the National Science Foundation will allow Carnegie Mellon University School of Computer Science faculty members Fei Fang and Andreas Pfenning to dig deeper into their fields of study.
Members of CBD Have Six Papers Accepted for ISMB 2021Monday, May 03, 2021
Members of CBD Have Six Papers Accepted for ISMB 2021Members of the Computational Biology Department have 6 papers published at ISMB 2021
Pfenning Lab for Neurogenomics Awarded NSF Career AwardMonday, April 19, 2021
Pfenning Lab for Neurogenomics Awarded NSF Career AwardThe research will adapt a machine learning approach, probabilistic graphical models, to look for common patterns of gene activity across dozens of brain cell types.
Bar-Joseph Joins Three Lakes Consortium for Pulmonary FibrosisMonday, April 05, 2021
Bar-Joseph Joins Three Lakes Consortium for Pulmonary Fibrosis
CBD Accepting Applications for Lane FellowshipsWednesday, February 10, 2021
CBD Accepting Applications for Lane FellowshipsThe Computational Biology Department is currently accepting applications for Lane Fellowships from recent PhD recipients.
BaDoi Phan Awarded NIH NIDA GrantMonday, February 08, 2021
BaDoi Phan Awarded NIH NIDA GrantCPCB Ph.D. student BaDoi Phan has received a 5-year NIH NIDA grant to investigate how genetic differences in humans could influence sets of brain cell types.
SCS Celebrates Simon, Alumni Research ProfessorshipsWednesday, February 03, 2021