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Fellowships in Computational Biology

Lucille Jarzynka jarzynka at cs.pitt.edu
Thu Oct 6 16:45:50 EST 1994



                           Computational Biology
                 Pre-Doctoral  and Post-Doctoral Training

                                  in the

    W. M. Keck Center For Advanced Training in Computational Biology 

		                  at the

                         University of Pittsburgh
                        Carnegie Mellon University
                                  and the
                   The Pittsburgh Supercomputing Center

The program provides course work and research experience designed to prepare
trainees to apply and extend state-of-the-art computational methods within
the rapidly emerging areas of biomedical research.

Computational Biology includes:
				studies of molecular structure
				molecular dynamics
				gene mapping
				drug design and molecular medicine

Core faculty  include more than 50  faculty from Computer Science and
Biological Sciences at Pitt and CMU, the Chemistry Department at CMU, the
Pittsburgh Supercomputing Center, and relevant biomedical science departments
in the Health Sciences at Pitt, initially Human Genetics, Molecular Genetics
& Biochemistry, and Environmental & Occupational Health.  The Executive
Committee for the Center includes:

Carnegie Mellon University:
	Henry,  Susan, Professor , Biological Sciences, and Dean, Mellon College			of Science
	Taylor, D. Lansing, Professor, Biological Sciences

University of Pittsburgh:
	Buchanan, Bruce,  Professor,   Computer Science
	Burgess, David R., Professor and Chairman, Biological Sciences
	Khan, Saleem A., Associate Professor, Molecular Genetics and 
	Rosenberg, John, Professor,  Biological Sciences and Crystallography
	Singh, Vijai,  Associate  Provost, University of Pittsburgh
	Weeks, Daniel, Assistant Professor, Human Genetics
Pittsburgh Supercomputing Center:
	Roskies, Ralph Z.,  Director, and Professor, Physics, University of

Fellowships are available for  12 months' postdoctoral training and graduate
studies, and are renewable annually upon reapplication.  This is an
interdisciplinary program where Keck Predoctoral Fellows matriculate in one
of the home departments listed below.   Applications may be returned to the 
Keck  Center which will forward them to the prospective  home departments 
requested by the applicant:   (Deadlines noted.)     

University of Pittsburgh:	
Biological Sciences (Feb.1)           
Computer Science  (Mar. 1)             
Physics  (Feb. 1)                       

Graduate School of Public Health (May 1)
Environmental & Occupational Health            
Human Genetics                                   

School of Medicine (Mar. 1)
Molecular  Genetics and Biochemistry

Carnegie Mellon University: (Feb. 1)
Biological Sciences
Computer Science

CMU-Pitt Joint Program in Structural Biophysics (Feb. 1)


Candidates for postdoctoral fellowships must be nominated by a University of
Pittsburgh or Carnegie Mellon University faculty member.

Applications must include:
	1.	A statement of purpose (1-2 pages)
	2.	Full CV listing publications and research experience.
Deadline for application is February 15, 1995.

Predoctoral Candidates must apply for admission to graduate study in one of the
participating academic departments listed.

Deadlines for application vary by department.  

For more information and application kits,  send email to jarzynka at cs.pitt.edu,

or write to:

Lucille Jarzynka, Assistant Director
W. M. Keck Center for Advanced Training in Computational Biology
University of Pittsburgh
206 Mineral  Industries Building
Pittsburgh,  PA 15260

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