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Thesis defense of William Blevins: "Evolutionary dynamics of transcriptional and translational regulation in yeast"

Next friday 17th of January at 10:00AMWilliam Blevins, member of the Evolutionary Genomics group of GRIB, will read his thesis: "Evolutionary dynamics of transcriptional and translational regulation in yeast".

The event will take place at the Ramon y Cajal room on the ground floor of PRBB. You are all invited to come. 

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The Project CompBioMed 2 started on 1st October 2019 and will run for another 4 years.

The Computational Science Group of GRIB led by Gianni de Fabritiis is involved on this project and will have a central role regarding research on biomedical science, both with simulation methods and deep learning based applications. The group will also be working towards integrating results from modelling and simulation data with clinical and/or experimental data, supporting the combination of high-throughput data analytics with HPC based results, which will provide users a way to leverage the results produced by CompBioMed's research.

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CompBioMed is a European Commission H2020 funded Centre of Excellence focussed on the use and development of computational methods for biomedical applications. It has users within academia, industry and clinical environments and is working to train more people in the use of its products and methods. CompBioMed started on 2016 and has been extended on October 2019 for another 4 years until 2023.

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