Postdoctoral fellowships available now

Tandy Warnow tandy at central.cis.upenn.edu
Thu Oct 13 15:09:48 EST 1994


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\centerline{\bf UNIVERSITY OF PENNSYLVANIA}
\centerline{\bf COMPUTATIONAL BIOLOGY TRAINING PROGRAM}
\centerline{\bf Postdoctoral Fellowships available}

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, and discrete algorithms and combinatorial optimization in 
biology.  Funds are available now for strong applicants with Ph.D.s 
in any of the core disciplines (mathematics, computer science, statistics, 
or the biological sciences) who are interested in this interdisciplinary 
research.  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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