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IGERT: Integrating Computational Science into Research in Biological Networks

Boston University

Abstract

Research in molecular biology is shifting fundamentally towards the study of complex, multi-component systems, or networks, that underlie the living cell. These networks are described and modeled in terms of their components, component interactions, regulatory properties, sub-networks or pathways, and system dynamics in steady-state and in response… more »

Contributions[?]

Project members' contributions to the library and showcase are listed here.
Title Category Type Posted At
Bioinformatics Challenge Project Showcase Highlight 12/02/13
Integer-scoring global sequence alignment algorithm Showcase Achievement 11/19/13
Genetic predictions of disease and drug response Showcase Achievement 11/19/13
Scholars Day poster session held for first year students Showcase Achievement 11/19/13
Annual Bioinformatics Student Organized Symposium Showcase Achievement 11/19/13
Transcriptional response to targeted treatment of DLBCL Showcase Achievement 11/19/13
Trainee attends SACNAS and ABRCMS conferences Showcase Achievement 11/19/13
Small transcriptional subnetworks in Mycobacterium Showcase Achievement 11/19/13
Temporal expression-based analysis of metabolism Showcase Achievement 11/19/13
Novel Time Series Analysis of a Diffuse Large B-Cell Lymphoma Treatment NSF IGERT 2013 Video & Poster Competition Video & Poster 05/20/13