Quality Education in the Benedictine Tradition
Dr. Stephen M. Jodis, DeanThe Herbert W. Boyer School of Natural Sciences, Mathematics, and ComputingPhone: email@example.com
Saint Vincent students have participated in internships at a variety of top tier research institutions in the field of Bioinformatics, including Johns Hopkins University, Cornell University, the University of Pittsburgh, the Pittsburgh Tissue Engineering Initiative, Allegheny General Hospital, the Immune Tolerance Network, and the Pittsburgh Supercomputer Center. Students in our program combine the advantages of a small college atmosphere with the opportunities to participate in internships at nationally and internationally recognized institutions.
Bioinformatics training provides a foundation for a wide range of possible career paths. Graduates from the program have been accepted into Masters and PhD programs at Cornell University, Columbia University, Virginia Tech, and the University of Michigan, among others. Graduates will also be well-positioned to compete for Bachelor-level positions in industrial, governmental, or academic settings.
Josh Martin, Duquense University REU
Aaron Lazuka, University of Pittsburgh Dental Informatics
Martin Sherbondy, RAE Project
Aaron Seckar, RAE Project
Josh Martin, RAE Project
Kimberly Lesnock, Pittsburgh Supercomputer Center
(Kim had a publication come out of this internship on Beta-lactamases.)
Aaron Seckar, TECBio
Mary Boland, Pittsburgh Tissue Engineering Initiative
Mallory Freeberg, Boyce Thompson Institute (Cornell University)
Mary Boland, RAE Project
Mallory Freeberg, Applied Physics Laboratory (Johns Hopkins University)