Bioinformatics and Comparative Genomics

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    David Alvarez-Ponce

    My lab uses bioinformatics to compare the genomes of different species and learn about the evolution of genes and genomes. We develop our own software on a daily basis. I’d be interested in participating in a Track 1 proposal.

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    Pradeep Menezes

    My group is conducting research in the areas of advanced manufacturing. More specifically my research areas are Tribology, Tribo-Corrosion, Composites, Shoe-floor interactions, Surface Engineering, Lubrication, Coatings, rock drilling, metal cutting, metal forming, and additive manufacturing. I am very much interested in participating Nevada NSF EPSCoR RII Track-1 proposal.

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    Tin Nguyen

    My lab develops computational methods for large-scale biomedical data integration and analysis. I would be very interested in participating EPSCoR RII Track-1 proposal.

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