Kim Gudeman, Coordinated Science Lab, and CZI
Olgica Milenkovic, Idoia Ochoa, and Lav Varshney submitted proposals that were among 85 projects selected to support the Human Cell Atlas, a global effort to map every type of cell in the healthy human body as a resource for studies of health and disease. The grants total $15 million over one year.
“I am thrilled to welcome this distinguished group of grantees to the CZI family, and I am excited about how they will support the ambitious Human Cell Atlas effort,” said Priscilla Chan, MD, co-founder of the Chan Zuckerberg Initiative. Read more.
Debra Larsen, Aerospace Engineering
Gao’s research project will study, not just the accuracy of GPS information, but also its integrity. “Integrity, in this case, means that you have a certain confidence level,” Gao said. “You not only want to navigate accurately, but also know the confidence level of the accuracy. Read more.
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Scenes from CSL
Spring semester has been a busy time here at CSL! Check out our Facebook albums from the Chien Lecture with Prof. Dina Katabi, students present at the CAEML Poster Session, and Prof. Naresh Shanbhag speak at the CEDA/C3SR lecture.
#WomenInCSL Features on Twitter
Our feature of women doing outstanding work at CSL continues! Catch up on our recent features of Prof. Ochoa, ECE PhD student Wei Zuo, and ECE postdoc research assistant Bahare Kiumarsi.