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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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We would like to welcome our 2015 TECBio REU students!

Shana Bergman (Rollins College), Sarah Dubnik (U Pittsburgh), Scott Eckert (The College of NJ), Ethan Hain (St. Mary's College of MD), Amanda Kowalczyk (Westminster College), Catherine Lesuisse (Pitt), Matthew Martin (Austin Peay State U), Andrew Maxwell (U Connecticut), Hannah McShea (Harvard U), Aife Ni Chochlain (U Pittsburgh), Jens Sannerud (Brown U), Shayne Wierbowski (U of Scranton).

We look forward to a great summer of research and fun!

TECBio REU grads, Emily Speranza and Nicolas Pabon, receive NSF Graduate Research Fellowships. (read more)

NSF Highlights


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


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