|CCL 17.11.02 Ph.D. Training in Computational Biology, University of Kansas|
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Date: Thu Nov 2 18:40:16 2017
Subject: 17.11.02 Ph.D. Training in Computational Biology, University of Kansas
The Center for Computational Biology at The University of Kansas (http://compbio.ku.edu/) welcomes applications to our PhD program in Computational Biology. The Center has world-class credentials in molecular modeling, systems biology, protein design, structural bioinformatics and computational chemistry, and actively engages in community-wide activities in related disciplines. The Computational Biology faculty members are recognized leaders in their field: Eric Deeds Associate Professor Research: Computational Models of Macromolecular Self-assembly and Cellular Signaling Dynamics Yinglong Miao Assistant Professor Research: Biomolecular Modeling, Cellular Signaling and Computer-Aided Drug Design Christian Ray Assistant Professor Research: Critical Points, Fitness, and Evolution in Natural and Synthetic Biological Networks Joanna Slusky Assistant Professor Research: Exploring Membrane Protein Folding through Protein Design, Bioinformatics, and Molecular Biology Ilya Vakser Director and Professor Research: Molecular Recognition in Structural Bioinformatics Applicants must have a Bachelor's or Masters degree in natural sciences, mathematics, engineering, or another relevant field. You can apply by following the instructions on the University of Kansas Graduate Studies web site, https://www.applyweb.com/kugrad/index.ftl. The initial application deadline will be December 8, 2017 for admission in Fall 2018. For more application information, see http://compbio.ku.edu/apply-0. We encourage applications from female students and students from groups that have been traditionally underrepresented in computational biology. Please contact Dr. Joanna Slusky at slusky() ku.edu if additional information is needed.NOTE THAT E-MAIL ADDRESSES HAVE BEEN MODIFIED!!!
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