The department celebrated 10 years of Computational and Systems Biology this past month at the Mansions on Fifth.
Computational biology was established as a research discipline at the University of Pittsburgh with the vision of the Senior Vice Chancellor and Dean of the School of Medicine, Dr. Arthur S. Levine, who recruited Dr. Bahar to create a new Center for Computational Biology and Bioinformatics in March 2001, which soon became a highly visible center. The creation of the Department of Computational Biology within the School of Medicine followed in October 2004, later becoming Computational and Systems Biology in 2010.
Thank you for helping us celebrate 10 years of research, education accomplishments, collaborations, hard work, and memorable events.
To view pictures of the event, click here.