Noah Lee, a senior in the Computational Biology Undergraduate program, has been elected to the prestigious academic honor society Phi Beta Kappa. Phi Beta Kappa was founded in 1776 and is the nation’s oldest and most distinguished undergraduate academic honor society. With chapters at only 286 colleges and universities across the US, Phi Beta Kappa […]
Orientation week is off to a great start and we’re so excited to have so many wonderful students coming into our programs this year!
Sampling, Analysis of River Microbes Provides Hands-On Learning
Meeting of the Minds, an annual research symposium held on May 8, celebrates undergraduate research at Carnegie Mellon University. The Computational Biology Department is proud to have eight undergraduate students who have conducted research with our faculty and are presenting their work at Meeting of the Minds. They have summarized their work below. A complete […]
Siddharth Annaldasula, a computational biology major and undergrad researcher in Andreas Pfenning’s Lab, has been awarded a Fulbright Fellowship . The Fulbright Program was established in 1946 and is currently the largest U.S. exchange program offering opportunities for students to undertake international study, advanced research, and teaching. The program operates in more than 140 countries and awards […]
Chaya Wurman has recently become the first graduate of the B.S. in Computational Biology degree as a student in the School of Computer Science at Carnegie Mellon. She transferred from the Carnegie Institute of Technology in the spring of 2017. Wurman was eager to combine her interest in biology with the computer science skills that […]
The Computational Biology Department is guaranteeing that all students in its new undergrad degree program will be able to pursue a semester-long research experience.
Chaya Wurman, a sophomore, has recently been accepted as the first School of Computer Science student in the Undergraduate Program in Computational Biology at Carnegie Mellon University. A former student in the Carnegie Institute of Technology, Chaya has been active in campus organizations, including ChemE Car, where she led a team to develop a […]
In addition to his role as an Assistant Teaching Professor, Dr. Compeau will be overseeing the new Computational Biology Undergraduate Program within the School of Computer Science, as well as serving as an assistant director of the MSCB (Master of Science in Computational Biology) program.
Presenting the latest episode of the CBD Office Visit Series featuring Dr. Phillip Compeau! We stopped by Phillip’s office to chat about our newest degree, the Bachelor of Science in Computational Biology (BSCB) as well as the Master of Science in Computational Biology (MSCB). View the video below, and visit our Youtube page for more videos from […]