Congratulations to AJ, who successfully defended his thesis, “Graphical models for de novo and pathway-based network prediction over multi-modal high-throughput biological data” on June 29. AJ joined the CPCB program and Benos lab following his BS in Computer Science at Princeton University. We would also like to congratulate AJ and his…
Junke Zhang will receive the Chancellor’s Undergraduate Research Fellowship for the Fall 2016 to pursue research in our lab. Her work will involve the use of machine learning techniques to understand mechanisms of COPD.
Starting in November, Takis will be a full Professor of Computational and Systems Biology with joint appointment in the Department of Biomedical Informatics and the Department of Computer Science. Congratulations!
AJ and Takis presented the laboratory’s most recent work at the Cold Spring Harbor Laboratory meeting on “Probabilistic Modeling in Genomics” (October 14-17, 2015).
Benos’ lab welcomes its new member, Dr. Dimitris Manatakis. Dimitris has received his PhD in Computer Science from University of Athens, Greece.