MSU Computational Biology Workshop

Saturday April 24th, 1999

MSU faculty were invited present their research at a one-day workshop at MSU on Saturday, April 24.

The aim of the meeting was to bring together interested faculty togoether to ascertain if new interdisciplinary interest group(s) and goals for Computational Biology development on campus can be established, particularly with respect to the "Life Sciences Corridor" proposed by Governor Engler [which would result in a considerable amount of new funding in the biological and related sciences] and the proposed formation of a new Center for Theoretical and Computational Science at MSU.

The meeting will began with a brief overview of the current status and future opportunities, followed by a series of ten minute presentations by faculty of current research activities on the MSU campus. The meeting concluded with a free-wheeling discussion concerning what we, the faculty, with support of the administration, could do to promote and enhance interdisciplinary research in this vital area at MSU.

Below are some of the results of that meeting

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