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TECBio: "Simulation and Visualization of Biological Systems at Multiple Scales" is an NSF-funded, 10-week, summer, REU program that provides a challenging graduate-level research experience in computational biology. In addition to performing cutting-edge research, TECBio students will also participate in other academic activities, such as classes, seminars, and discussions, while experiencing the various social and cultural activities available in Pittsburgh - America's most livable city.

 

 

 

TECBio REU @ Pitt News


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TECBio mentor, Lillian Chong, received a 2017 Tina and David Bellet Teaching Excellence Award. (read more)

 

Steve Provencher and group are awarded $5000 InnoCentive award! (read more)

 

Kirsten Endresen is awarded an NSF Graduate Research Fellowship! (read more)

 

Congratulations to Ivy Shi (TECBio 2014) who will be presenting a poster discussion session at the ATS 2017 Conference. (read more)

 

Congratulations to Shana Bergman who published in th Journal of Molecular Graphics and Modelling (read more)

 

Jessica LeClair is to present at the Joint Math Meeting (JMM) conference in Atlanta this January! (read more)

 

Kirsten Endresen presented at the Gulf Coast Undergraduate Research Symposium, hosted by Rice University (read more)

 

Alex Andonian presented at the 2016 REU Symposium (read more)

 

Elisa Idrobo presented at the American Chemical Society (read more)

 

Check out the City of Pittsburgh's TIME feature!

 

NSF Highlights


Check out TECBio REU's feature, "Of lab rats and computer mice", in NSF Highlights.


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