ISCB student council 2014

I submitted some research I’ve been working on (as a byproduct of TAing a first year seminar and leading some students in an independent bioinformatics project) to the International Society for Computational Biology student council symposium. Yesterday I found out it was selected for an oral presentation! This is the first chance I’ve had to present independent research, so needless to say I’m pretty excited.

The talk is titled “Tetranucleotide usage in mycobacteriophage genomes: alignment-free methods to cluster phage and infer evolutionary relationships” Read on for the full abstract.

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