August 25, 2020
Congratultions to Leslie Jordan and Daniel Callow (advisor Dr. Carson Smith) who were recently awarded fellowships within the University of Maryland’s COMBINE (Computation and Mathematics for Biological Networks) program, funded by the NSF Research Traineeship (NRT) program.  
As described on their website, "COMBINE immerses graduate students in interdisciplinary research and training that integrates quantitative modeling methods from physics and mathematics with data processing, analysis, and visualization tools from computer science to gain deeper insights into the structural and dynamical principles governing living systems. Participants utilize a network-based, data-driven approach, focusing on how interaction patterns can give insights into complex biological phenomena."
The fellowships (full time RA positions) are 12 months and start January 2021.
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