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Two of the Center's Students Present Research at Conference

Two women in technology, completed the project titled, “Analyzing Genomic Data using High Performance Clusters” under Faculty Mentor Thomas Doak.

Every academic year, The Center of Excellence for Women & Technology offers the Emerging Scholars Research Experiences for Undergraduate Women (CEW&T REU-W). This program, which began in 2014, pairs first-year and sophomore women at IU Bloomington with faculty members who conduct research that actively engages students with computing and/or technology.

During the 2018-2019 academic year, sophomore students studying Human Biology Sruthi Ganapaneni and Haley Leffler completed the project titled, “Analyzing Genomic Data using High Performance Clusters” under the Faculty Mentor Thomas Doak.

This article originally appeared in the Center for Women in Technology news feed, click here for the full article.

About NCGAS

The mission of the National Center for Genome Analysis Support (NCGAS) is to enable the biological research community of the US to analyze, understand, and make use of the vast amount of genomic information now available. NCGAS focuses particularly on transcriptome- and genome-level assembly, phylogenetics, metagenomics/transcriptomics and community genomics.

NCGAS is a center in the Pervasive Technology Institute and a management group in the Research Technologies division of University Information Technology Services at Indiana University.