Research Team BioSIP:
Biological Signal and Information Processing (BioSIP) is a cross-disciplinary team devoted to develop original and efficient methods to process and provide intelligent access to biological and medical information. Initiated in 2005, the team has worked on multiple collaborative projects including Automated Characterization of cellular migration phenomena, and new methods for Sequence Alignment and Assembly. Thanks to this unique approach we have exposed students with diverse training to rich and exciting collaborations. Several undergraduate students funded by NSF (REU grants) as well as by the ASU Fulton Undergraduate Research Initiative (FURI grants) benefited the BioSIP program over the years.

Team members:
Zoé Lacroix, Electrical Engineering, ASU
Lina Karam, Electrical Engineering, ASU
Antonia Papandreou-Suppappola, Electrical Engineering, ASU
Jacques Chomilier, University Paris 6, France
Andreas Spanias, Electrical Engineering, ASU
Pierre Tuffery, University Paris 7, France
Rosie Renaut, Mathematics, ASU
Banu Ozkan, Physics, ASU
Mike Berens, Brain Tumor Unit, TGen

Research Team BioFast:
BioFast is a research team sponsored by NSF IDM and SEIII. The team's projects are BioNavigation, BioMetaDB, and BIP.

Team members:
Zoé Lacroix
, Arizona State University
Louiqa Raschid, University of Maryland
Terry Gaasterland, Rockefeller University
Maria Esther Vidal, Universidad Simón Bolivar

Also collaborate to the projects:
Felix Naumann, Humboldt University of Berlin
Woei-Jyh (Adam) Lee, University of Maryland

Ben Snyder, Research Programmer


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