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2023 Bioinformatics Outstanding Student Awards

Each year, the Georgia Tech Bioinformatics Graduate Program recognizes outstanding students at the PhD and MS levels. Each nominee was evaluated based on CV’s, transcripts, descriptions of their accomplishments, and letters of recommendation. An interdisciplinary committee of faculty members selected the winners.  Please join us in congratulating the following two outstanding students!

George Gruenhagen, Bioinformatics Thesis Defense

Computational analysis of gene expression in the teleost forebrain and the cellular basis of a social behavior
 

In partial fulfillment of the requirements for the degree of
Doctor of Philosophy in Bioinformatics
in the School of Biological Sciences

George Gruenhagen

Defends his thesis:
Computational analysis of gene expression in the teleost forebrain and the cellular basis of a social behavior

Matthew Hunter Seabolt, Bioinformatics Thesis Defense

Expanding the Bioinformatics Toolbox for Diversity and Taxonomic Studies of Microbial Eukaryotic Pathogens
 

In partial fulfillment of the requirements for the degree of
Doctor of Philosophy in Bioinformatics
in the School of Biological Sciences

Matthew Hunter Seabolt
 

Defends his thesis:
EXPANDING THE BIOINFORMATICS TOOLBOX FOR DIVERSITY AND TAXONOMIC STUDIES OF MICROBIAL EUKARYOTIC PATHOGENS

Juan C. Castro, Bioinformatics Thesis Defense

Juan C. Castro
 
Defends his thesis:
Probing genomic, metabolic, and phenotypic evolution in microbes using comparative and experimental evolution data

Thursday, January 12, 2023
10:00 AM Eastern Time
Marcus Nanotechnology Building Conference Room (room #1117-1118)
Zoom link: https://gatech.zoom.us/j/99028783106?pwd=RUpZd1RnWDFrMXUzdzhkaFJtR1I4Zz09
 
Thesis Advisor:
Dr. Sam P. Brown
School of Biological Sciences
Georgia Institute of Technology