People in the News: Bonnie Berger, Peter Karp, Jill Mesirov, Pavel Pevzner, Ron Shamir, Martin Vingron | GenomeWeb

The International Society for Computational Biology has elected seven of its members as ISMB fellows.

The program honors members that have distinguished themselves through outstanding contributions to the fields of computational biology and bioinformatics. The 2012 ISCB fellows include:

Bonnie Berger, a professor of applied math and computer science at Massachusetts Institute of Technology. Her research interests algorithms for network inference, protein folding, comparative genomics, and medical genomics.

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