Jordan Green, an associate professor of biomedical engineering, was selected as one of Popular Science magazine’s “Brilliant Ten,” a list that recognizes young scientists
who are revolutionizing their fields. Green uses tiny, biodegradable particles to teach the immune system to recognize cancer cells.
Benjamin Langmead, an assistant professor of computer science, has received the National Science Foundation’s Early CAREER Award. Langmead’s award will support his work developing improved computational and statistical methods for analyzing DNA sequencing data.