Congratulations to CBM PhD candidate Xiao Zhou, who passed his thesis defense, “Competitive deep learning for imaging applications,” on Wednesday, December 1. Xiao is a member of Kolachalama lab and defended in person on the Charles River campus.
Congratulations to CBM PhD candidate Anthony Federico, who passed his thesis defense, “Development of Methods for Omics Network Inference and Analysis and Their Application to Disease Modeling,” on Thursday, November 18. Anthony is a member of Monti lab and defended both virtually and in person on Evans 6.
Congratulations to Vijaya Kolachalama, PhD, Assistant Professor of Medicine in the Section of Computational Biomedicine, who was awarded the Evans Junior Faculty Research Merit Award for 2021-2023. This award recognizes outstanding junior faculty investigators in the Department of Medicine. Click here to learn more about this award.
Congratulations to CBM members Kate Bloch (Postdoctoral Researcher in the Spira/Lenburg lab) and Yusuke Koga (PhD student in the Campbell lab) on their Evans Day Awards. Kate placed first in the Clinical Posters category, for her poster “Predicting Malignancy in Indeterminate Pulmonary Nodules Using Models Integrating Quantitative CT Imaging and Nasal Gene Expression.” Yusuke placed […]
Michael Romano, MD/PhD student in the Kolachalama Lab, has been awarded a travel fellowship for the 2021 Alzheimer’s Association International Conference (AAIC). AAIC is the largest international dementia conference where researchers and clinicians come together to share advances in treatment and prevention of Alzheimer’s Disease. The conference will take place in Denver, Colorado in the […]
Congratulations to Shangran Qiu, Bioinformatics Analyst in the Kolachalama Lab, for receiving the 2021 Alvaro Rocarro Memorial Prize. This award is given to individuals by the Department of Physics at Boston University in recognition of outstanding research achievement.
Congratulations to CBM PhD candidate Xingyi Shi, who passed her thesis defense, “Bronchial Gene Expression Associated with Airway Premalignancy and Lung Cancer Subtypes,” on Monday, June 21. Xingyi is a member of the Spira/Lenburg and Beane labs and defended virtually.
Congratulations to CBM PhD candidates Zhe Wang and Ke Xu, who both passed their thesis defenses on Thursday, April 8. Zhe Wang, of the Campbell lab, defended his thesis entitled“Enhancing Preprocessing and Clustering of Single-Cell RNA Sequencing Data” and Ke Xu, of the Spira/Lenburg lab, defended his thesis entitled “Airway Gene Expression Alterations in Association […]
Source: Boston University School of Medicine Office of the Dean Vijaya Kolachalama, PhD, Assistant Professor of Medicine (Computational Biomedicine) and Computer Science, and founding member of the faculty of BU Computing & Data Sciences; Shangran Qiu, BA, BU CAS; Prajakta Joshi, BDS, MPH, GSDM; Chonghua Xue, BA, Medicine (Computational Biomedicine); and Matthew Miller, BUSM’22, are […]
Lung Cancer Research Foundation Research Grant on Disparities in Lung Cancer Awarded to Dr. Joshua Campbell
Dr. Joshua Campbell, Assistant Professor of Medicine in the Section of Computational Biomedicine, received a Lung Cancer Research Foundation (LCRF) Disparities Award in collaboration with Dr. Umit Tapan, Assistant Professor of Medicine in the Section of Hematology & Medical Oncology. Click here to read more about their research project.