The Computational Biology Institute is starting to plan a graduate program for master’s or doctoral students.
After decades of quiet growth in Northern Virginia, GW and corporations are now ushering in a massive redrawing of the region that will create thousands of technology jobs and make Ashburn, Va. one of the world’s top tech epicenters.
Three GW offices are teaming up for the first time to improve how the University manages research data as a way to attract top professors. The Office of the Vice President for Research, Division of Information Technology and Gelman Library are working with faculty to show administrators why they should increase funding for a centralized […]
Keith Crandall, chair of the biology department at Brigham Young University, will steer GW’s Computation Biology Institute as it gets off the ground this fall. The University announced Crandall’s hire Monday, and he will start the job July 1.