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thomas burnett
Congratulations to neuroscience graduate student Thomas Burnett for receiving a 2020 MLK Community Service Award. Burnett is a student in the Nielsen and O’Connor labs. He was recognized for his work with Project Bridge and the Baltimore Underground Science Space, both of which help make science more accessible to underrepresented minorities in the Baltimore community. Read more.
steven salzberg
Steven Salzberg has been named a 2020 Fellow of the Association for Computing Machinery. The honor recognizes scientists who have made transformative contributions and advances to technology. Salzberg was recognized for his contributions to computational biology, including software for DNA sequencing. Read more.
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