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Computational Biology Degree Programs

George Phillips georgep at rice.edu
Fri Feb 5 10:38:31 EST 1993

The W.M. Keck Center for Computational Biology offers studies
in Computational Biology through three partner institutions:
Rice University, Baylor College of Medicine, and the University
of Houston.

Science and engineering are in the process of being transformed
by the power of new computing technologies.  Our goal is to
train a new kind of scientist--one poised to seize the advantages
of a national computational prowess in solving important problems
in biology.

The program emphasizes algorithm development, computation, and
visualization in biology, biochemistry and biophysics.  The
Program draws on the intellectual and technologic resources
of The Center for Research on Parallel Computation at Rice, the
Human Genome Center at Baylor College of Medicine, and the
Institute for Molecular Design at the University of Houston,
among others.

The research groups involved in the W.M. Keck Center for 
Computational Biology are at the forefronts of their respective
areas, and their laboratories are outstanding settings for
the program.

A list of participating faculty and application information
can be obtained by sending email to georgep at rice.edu.


Prof. George N. Phillips, Jr., Ph.D.  |    InterNet:  georgep at rice.edu 
Dept. of Biochemistry and Cell Biology|                                   
Rice University, P.O. Box 1892        |    Phone:     (713) 527-4910 
Houston, Texas 77251                  |    Fax:       (713) 285-5154

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