CWRU Epidemiology and Biostatistics (EPBI) graduate student Katrina Prantzalos, mentored by Cleveland Institute for Biology (CICB) faculty Dr. Satya Sahoo, will be presenting her paper “MaTiLDA: An Integrated Machine Learning and Topological Data Analysis Platform for Brain Network” at the upcoming 2024 Pacific Symposium on Biocomputing on the Big Island of Hawaii.
As of 2018, I have attended a grand total of six Pacific Symposium on Biocomputing (PSB) meetings, all held on the Big Island of Hawaii. This figure is not impressive compared with colleagues and PSB early adopters like Drs. Marylyn Ritchie and Will Bush (Figure 1). Nor is it impressive compared with the founders of […]
It’s the first day of spring, so you know what that means! It means I haven’t posted since winter! Grant, papers, classes…what can I say? I have been very busy, indeed! But, there’s always time for PSB. Always. If you have read my previous posts, you know all about PSB. For the uninitiated, the Pacific […]
We are at the time of the year when I like to reflect back on the Pacific Symposium on Biocomputing (PSB). It’s February, which means the snow is still blowing here at CWRU, and the temperatures are not inspiring the use of swimwear (Figure 1). The most recent PSB meeting was January 4-8, 2016, on […]
It’s the middle of the fall semester, so it’s time for some good news updates from the Crawford Crew! Both former Crawford Crew members Drs. Nicole Restrepo and Logan Dumitrescu recently received an NSF travel award to present work from the Crawford lab at the 2016 Pacific Symposium on Biocomputing. Also receiving a travel award […]
The Pacific Symposium on Biocomputing is a unique mid-sized conference focused on computational methods with applications to the biomedical sciences. Hosted in Hawaii (Figures 1 and 2), PSB has been around since 1996, and many attendees have been to every single meeting. I had not heard of PSB until I met Dr. Marylyn Ritchie and […]