For Alumni-M.S. in Computational Biology - Carnegie Mellon University

Connect with your Alma mater

Speak at a Seminar Series
We are always looking for speakers to engage the Department of Biological Sciences or Ray and Stephanie Lane Center for Computational Biology in a variety of topics in computational biology. Holding a seminar for our students is a great way to reintroduce yourself to CMU.

Act as a Contact for Students Interested in Networking
Our students are looking for opportunities to meet Carnegie Mellon alumni who are working "in the field." Volunteering to act as a contact for our students can give them a taste of how things are done in the real world.

If you are interested in giving a seminar or being such a resource for our students, please contact:

For the M.S. in Computational Biology Program:
Shoba Subramanian, Ph.D., Assistant Director
shoba@andrew.cmu.edu

-or-

Karen Thickman, Ph.D., Assistant Director
krthickman@cmu.edu

For the Department of Biological Sciences:
Nathan Urban, Ph.D., Department Head, Biological Sciences
nurban@andrew.cmu.edu

For the Ray and Stephanie Lane Center for Computational Biology:
Robert Murphy, Ph.D., Director, Ray and Stephanie Lane Center for Computational Biology
murphy@cmu.edu


For monetary contributions, visit https://www.cmu.edu/campaign/ways/online.html.

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2014 diploma ceremony

The Promoter

Spring 2014 Edition

The Promoter is the annual newsletter for the Department of Biological Sciences.