Graduate Fellowships at U. Penn

Tandy Warnow tandy at central.cis.upenn.edu
Thu Oct 13 15:09:17 EST 1994


              UNIVERSITY OF PENNSYLVANIA
          COMPUTATIONAL BIOLOGY TRAINING PROGRAM
             Graduate Student Fellowships



The University of Pennsylvania announces an NSF-funded
training program in Computational Biology, with research
focusing on applications of computer science, mathematics,
and statistics to molecular genetics.  Particular areas of 
interest include  physical and genetic mapping, biological 
databases, multiple sequence alignment, phylogeny construction, 
sequence search and analysis, statistical methods, discrete 
algorithms and combinatorial optimization in biology. Admission 
to the training program requires acceptance into the Ph.D. program 
in one of the core disciplines (e.g. Computer and Information
Science, Statistics, or one of the biological sciences) and is 
highly competitive.  We seek candidates with strong undergraduate
backgrounds in any of the core disciplines who are interested in 
computational biology.  Interested persons should contact the PI 
(Dr. Warren Ewens, wewens at mail.sas.upenn.edu) from whom information
concerning the program can be obtained.



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