Posts Tagged "CCS Fellows Program"



Join us for the 2018-2019 CCS Fellows’ Launch Symposium 8/16/18

The vision of the Center for Computational Science’s “CCS Fellows Program” is to inspire a new generation of leaders in computational science to cross the traditional boundaries between disciplines, by equipping them with new cross-disciplinary skills and experience. The Program does this by offering mentorship outside the students’ area of expertise. “CCS Fellow” is a prestigious designation awarded to two undergraduate students and...

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Presenting the 2016-17 CCS Fellows’ Interdisciplinary Research Projects

  Michael Durante   Uveal melanoma (UM) is a highly aggressive eye cancer that leads to metastatic death in up to half of patients. Despite great progress in the diagnosis and treatment of UM over recent decades, there has been no corresponding improvement in survival. Michael's project “Epigenomic Profiling of Uveal Melanoma” focuses on using next-generation sequencing techniques to understand epigenetic regulation of UM...

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Applications Now Being Accepted for the 2016-2017 CCS Fellows Program

CCS Fellows Program 2016-2017 Join In, Make a Difference, Stand Out   The Center for Computational Science is pleased to announce the launch of the CCS Fellows Program for this academic year. Our mission is to inspire a new generation of leaders in computational science by offering students the opportunity to work in a broad, cross-disciplinary research setting. Fellowship is awarded to 2 undergraduate students (sophomore level...

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Applications Now Being Accepted for 2015-2016 CCS Fellows

CCS Fellows Program 2015-2016 Join In, Make a Difference, Stand Out   The Center for Computational Science is pleased to announce the launch of the CCS Fellows Program for this academic year. Our mission is to inspire a new generation of leaders in computational science by offering students the opportunity to work in a broad, cross-disciplinary research setting. Fellowship is awarded to 2 undergraduate students (sophomore level...

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CCS Fellows Symposium features Molecular Animations

The second annual CCS Fellows Symposium took place on Friday, April 17, 2015, and opened with a presentation by Janet Iwasa, PhD, from University of Utah's Dept. of Biochemistry. Dr. Iwasa emphasized that 2- or 3-dimensional drawings cannot compare to animating the process of cell behavior as a vehicle to further understanding. Ms. Iwasa showed various animations she had created "to illustrate a lot of things that are not...

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