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The W.M. Keck Center for Computational Biology, a joint project of Rice University, Baylor College of Medicine, and the University of Houston, is offering fellowships for students and postdoctoral scientists who want to tackle research projects of interest to Keck Center faculty.

The Keck Center's training programs emphasize computational aspects of biological problems and give a solid foundation in biophysics, biochemistry, and genetics. Trainees from such diverse areas as computational and computer science, engineering, mathematics, statistics, biology, chemistry, physics, and biophysics work with faculty members at the forefronts of their fields. These trainees have access to outstanding laboratory and computational facilities (including facilities used by the CRPC). Coupled with weekly seminars introducing the broad spectrum of work in computational biology, the Keck Center's training program creates a uniquely rich intellectual environment in which all trainees can pursue their research endeavors.

Monetary fellowships are available only to U.S. citizens or permanent residents. Predoctoral applicants must be accepted in an existing degree program at Rice University, Baylor College of Medicine, or University of Houston. Once accepted, the student may apply to become a Keck Fellow. Undergraduates may apply to the Keck Center's newly-launched Undergraduate Research Training Program, which offers three-month summer training slots open to all undergraduates and nine-month academic-year slots for students enrolled in the Houston area.

An affiliated organization of the CRPC, the Keck Center fosters collaboration among computer scientists, biologists, biomedical researchers, and mathematicians striving to develop and deploy new, more powerful parallel computing tools for biological research. For more information, consult the World Wide Web server at http://cohesion.rice.edu/centersandinst/keckcenter/index.cfm or contact Marc Archambault, 713-527-4752; 713-527-4659 fax; compbio@rice.edu.

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