Camila Lopes-Ramos Receives ALA Lung Cancer Discovery Award

Congratulations to research scientist Camila Lopes-Ramos, who was recently chosen you a recipient of the prestigious American Lung Association Lung Cancer Discovery Award! Dr. Lopes-Ramos’s research involves developing and applying … Continue reading “Camila Lopes-Ramos Receives ALA Lung Cancer Discovery Award”

New Study Sheds Light on Sex-Based Differences in Gene Regulation

New research led by Biostatistics Chair John Quackenbush and Dawn DeMeo of Brigham and Women’s Hospital, has uncovered sex-based differences in networks that regulate gene expression in a large number of human tissues. The finding is … Continue reading “New Study Sheds Light on Sex-Based Differences in Gene Regulation”

Last Week’s Successful Thesis Defenses!

Congratulations to the following students who successfully defended their thesis last week! Zijie Zhao Benchmarking Synaptic Cleft Segmentation in EM ConnectomicsThesis advisor: Hanspeter Pfister (Harvard/SEAS) Thesis committee members: John Quackenbush, … Continue reading “Last Week’s Successful Thesis Defenses!”

Upcoming CBQG Thesis Defenses

**Contact Geryel Osorio Godoy for Zoom info 5/6/2020 at 3:00 pm Anna Booman Development of a Methodology to Assess Communication Skills in Angelman Syndrome Using Home-Based Video Recordings Thesis advisor: Dr. Wen-Hann … Continue reading “Upcoming CBQG Thesis Defenses”

First Lightning Talks of the Semester – TODAY!

Please join us for the first round of Lightning Talks of the semester tomorrow, Wednesday, September 5th! Dustin Rabideau will be the MC. This year we will have a mix … Continue reading “First Lightning Talks of the Semester – TODAY!”

Another Successful Summer Program Concludes

On July 18-20, the six-week Summer Program in Biostatistics & Computational Biology culminated with an extremely successful three days of workshops, symposium, meetings, reunions, and celebration. All Summer Program activities were designed … Continue reading “Another Successful Summer Program Concludes”