Posted Thu, Jul, 12,2012
Dr Keith Crandall, an Evolutionary Bioinformatics editorial board member was recently named founding director of the George Washington University Computational Biology Institute.
Dr Crandall will direct development at the Computational Biology Institute and implement research and organization plans. The institution will focus on integrative bioinformatics and genomics and is the first of its kind at George Washington University.
Dr Crandall is the principal investigator working on the revolutionary Open Tree of Life project funded by the National Science Foundation. He is also part of the team studying the consequences for coastal ecosystems of the BP oil spill in the Gulf of Mexico.
Libertas would like to take this opportunity to congratulate Dr Crandall as his being chosen to lead the institute at George Washington University highlights the quality of Evolutionary Bioinformatics editorial board members.
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