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CCB Fellowships

Friday, March 12, 2010

CCB Summer Graduate Students Fellowships for 2010 are due March 31, 2010. CCB Postdoctoral Trainee Fellowships are continuously accepted throughout the year. More information is available here.


CCB Demo Day Training Workshop

Saturday, July 19, 2008

The Center for Computational Biology is organizing a 1-day training workshop that will include demonstrations of novel tools for computational, translational and applied neuroscience research. This year, we have decided to organize the CCB software tools training in three distinct sessions – Shape Tools, DTI/HARDI Software, and Workflows and Validation Resources. These three topics reflect the core aims, vision, research and development efforts undertaken by Center faculty, students, trainees and other investigators.


2008 MMBIA Best Paper Award

Friday, June 27, 2008

Yonggang Shi, a senior CCB Postdoc, and his co-workers, Rongjie Lai, Sheila Krishna, Nancy Sicotte, Ivo Dinov, Arthur Toga, were awarded the 2008 IEEE MMBIA Best Paper Award at the annual meeting in Anchorage, Alaska, June 27-28, 2008.


Postdoctoral Fellowships in Computational Biology

Tuesday, November 27, 2007

We are looking for (up to 3) bright, enthusiastic, experienced and research-oriented postdoctoral researchers. All CCB fellows work closely within our multidisciplinary faculty and researchers in developing new scientific methods and computational software tools to support our modeling, visualization and analysis needs.


MICCAI Competition – Brisbane Australia, October 29, 2007

Monday, October 29, 2007

Dr. Zhuowen Tu, a CCB investigator and a Neurology faculty, was awarded the "Best Automated Segmentation" Award at the 2007 International Medical Image Computing and Computer Assisted Intervention conference ( in Brisbane, Australia.


Tony Chan, CCB Co-Director, will be taking a senior leadership position at the National Science Foundation

Friday, June 8, 2007

Tony Chan, CCB Co-Director, will be taking a senior leadership position at the National Science Foundation: a three-year appointment as the new Assistant Director for Mathematics and Physical Sciences.