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(BioInform) Q&A: Danforth's New President on Computational Expansion Plans and the Challenges of Plant Research
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by Uduak Thomas, Editor, BioInform James Carrington — a professor of botany and plant pathology and the director of the Center for Genome Research and Biocomputing at Oregon State University — will take the helm as the new president of the Donald Da ...
(BioInform) Q&A: Danforth's New President on Computational Expansion Plans and the Challenges, in computational and genomic biology research and education, and his background in computational biology will play, . That can be at any level but we are particularly interested in people who are using computational, interactions that we are developing now with the genome scientists and the computational and systems biologists, the expansion of computational core facilities and computational expertise. As you know, all areas
New lab members
https://www.danforthcenter.org/scientists-research/principal-investigators/ivan-baxter/lab-news/New-lab-members
  A belated welcome to our new lab members: Jennie Hard is working on the algae project, and has already made a great impact. Appropriately for a member of an ionomics lab, in her spare time, Jennie plays in a (folk) Metal band. Greg Ziegler has joi ...
New lab members, A belated welcome to our new lab members: Jennie Hard is working on the algae project, and has already made a great impact. Appropriately for a member of an ionomics lab, in her spare time, Jennie plays in a (folk) Metal band. Greg Ziegler has joined the ionomics team as a jack of all trades. A recent St. Louis transplant, Greg is working with us while finishing up his Ph.D in Computational Biology from Purdue. , (Collection), (Collection)
A Picture of Plant Genomes to Phenomes
https://www.danforthcenter.org/news-media/roots-shoots-blog/blog-item/A-Picture-of-Plant-Genomes-to-Phenomes
The Donald Danforth Plant Science Center is hosting its 13th annual Fall Symposium this week, from Wednesday, September 28th – Friday, September 30th, 2011.  This year’s symposium features lectures by influential experts from all across the world who ...
A Picture of Plant Genomes to Phenomes, The Donald Danforth Plant Science Center is hosting its 13th annual Fall Symposium this week, from Wednesday, September 28th – Friday, September 30th, 2011. This year’s symposium features lectures by influential experts from all across the world who will present on a wide range of topics with a focus on high-throughput genomic, computational, systems, and phenomic approaches that are revealing new principles in plant biology. To learn
Research Team
https://www.danforthcenter.org/scientists-research/principal-investigators/noah-fahlgren/ResearchTeam
, and computing provide us with unparalleled data on plants and their environment. We develop the computational, at Oregon State University where he worked with Dr. James Carrington to develop computational tools, computational tools to build both genetic and phenotypic resources for potential biofuel crops, Manager Haley Schuhl Computational Scientist Wenxiao Zhan Computational Scientist Seth Polydore Postdoctoral Associate
(St. Louis Beacon) Danforth event will examine growing world of bioinformatics
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     By David Baugher, special to the Beacon  The dynamic of man vs. machine has fascinated the world for decades, but the new science of bioinformatics and the explosion of information it will bring may present significant hurdles for both ...
that no human can mine it without the aid of computational tools. That’s what it’s about, trying, and computational approaches to understanding plant function, will be joined for a panel discussion, what it refers to is using computational approaches such as programming, algorithms and database, a computational infrastructure from the hardware perspective,” he said, “so there’s the IT challenge
Explore the William H. Danforth Wing at the Donald Danforth Plant Science Center
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Saturday, April 16 the William H. Danforth Wing will be open for tours.
of open, flexible lab spaces for up to 100 scientists to strengthen programs in digital/computational, growth facility; a computational crop improvement lab; and a Maker Shop for new instrument development
Donald Danforth Plant Science Center Welcomes New Principal Investigator
https://www.danforthcenter.org/scientists-research/principal-investigators/andrea-eveland/lab-news/donald-danforth-plant-science-center-welcomes-new-principal-investigator
As expansion efforts continue to advance, the Donald Danforth Plant Science Center has hired Andrea Eveland, Ph.D., as a principal investigator and assistant member. 
computational and experimental approaches to develop predictive models for adaptation of cereal crops, 2008-2010, where she later became a computational postdoctoral fellow from 2010-2014 before joining
Danforth Center Welcomes New Principal Investigator
https://www.danforthcenter.org/news-media/roots-shoots-blog/blog-item/danforth-center-welcomes-new-principal-investigator
As expansion efforts continue to advance, the Danforth Center has hired Andrea Eveland, Ph.D., as a principal investigator and assistant member.
research integrates computational and experimental approaches to develop predictive models, a computational postdoctoral fellow from 2010-2014 before joining the Danforth Center. Eveland, who
Research Team
https://www.danforthcenter.org/scientists-research/principal-investigators/todd-mockler/research-team
requires developing new computational tools, predictive algorithms, modeling approaches, development, Science Center in St. Louis, Missouri is at the interface of computational bioinformatics, . On the informatics side of things, our bioinformaticians are able to leverage the computational, for Genome Research and Biocomputing (part of the Computational and Genome Biology Initiative, , Senior Computational Scientist Robert Lowery, Lab Technician Darren O'Brien, Lab Technician
Zhang Lab Adds Its First Member
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Will McHargue joins the Zhang Lab as a lab technician. The Zhang Lab is excited to welcome its first employee!
Zhang Lab Adds Its First Member, The Zhang Lab added its first member, Will McHargue, who will be working as laboratory technician. Will recently graduated from the University of Missouri, Columbia where he studied biological engineering (emphasizing in biomedical engineering and biophotonics). During his undergraduate education, Will was heavily involved with several research teams, including computational ecologists, herpetologists, R&D engineering teams. Will developed a passion for working