Congrats to our CPCB graduates

Congratulations to our cohort of December 2013 and August 2014 graduates!

Virginia Burger (Chennubhotla Lab) defended her thesis: Early Disease Detection Through Computational Pathology.
Keith Callenberg (Grabe Lab) defended his thesis: Membrane Bending is Critical for Assessing the Thermodynamic Stability of Proteins in the Membrane.
Om Choudhury (Grabe Lab) defended his thesis: Probing the biophysical properties of the murine voltage dependent anion channel (mVDAC1) structure: Insight from continuum electrostatics and Markov state models.
Anindita Dutta (Bahar Lab) defended her thesis: Structural Dynamics and Allosteric Signaling in Ionotropic Glutamate Receptors.
Judie Howrylak (Kaminski Lab) defended her thesis: An Integrative Computational Framework for Defining Asthma Endotypes.
Justin Hogg (Faeder Lab) defended his thesis: Advances in Rule-based Modeling: Compartments, Energy, and Hybrid Simulation, with Application to Sepsis and Cell Signaling.
Grace Huang (Benos Lab) defended her thesis: An integrated, module-based biomarker discovery framework.
David Mowrey (Tang Lab) Allosteric Modulation of Cys-loop Receptors

Great work, everyone! Best of luck in your future endeavors.