May 6, 2022
Raghav Awarded Campbell Scientific Graduate Fellowship
Raghav Kataria is a PhD student in the KAABiL lab. He is currently working on pathogen-host protein-protein interactions using computational tools and various molecular biology techniques in his research in bioinformatics. Raghav was recently awarded the "Campbell Scientific Graduate Fellowship", which is provided by "Apogee Instruments".
May 4, 2022
New HPC Admin: Colin Bernhardt
Colin is a Computer Engineering BS student who has recently started as the KAABiL HPC System Administrator. He will help to ensure that the high-performance computer cluster at the KAABiL lab works properly. He also helps maintain the website and helps install the software you can use on the HPC. If you are experiencing any problems with the site or the HPC, let him know.
May 25, 2021
New Undergrad Student Joined: Andrew Jouffray
Andrew is a computer science student and software developer. He currently works on developing a method to create datasets for deep learning image recognition tasks, enabling robots to generate their own training data.
May 24, 2021
Kolton Receives URCO Grant
Student researcher Kolton Hauck is mentored by Rakesh Kaundal, assistant professor of bioinformatics in the PSC department, and investigates protein-protein interactions (PPIs) that are necessary for the SARS-CoV-2 virus to gain access to host cells, replicate and proliferate.
Mar 3, 2021
New PhD Student: David
David is a CS PhD student from Colombia. He worked full-time as a full-stack software developer for 6 years while finishing his bachelor's degree in Software and Computer Engineering and got a MSc. degree in Computational Biology.
Jan 1, 2020
Today, massive amounts of data are generated by Next-Generation Sequencing (NGS) technologies. In recent years, many algorithms, statistical methods, and software tools have been developed to perform the individual analysis steps of various NGS applications.
Dec 1, 2019
deepHPI: A host-pathogen interactome tool
Models to predict HPI were generated by the combination of features and machine learning methods. The best models from this benchmark were implement in the DeepHPI webserver
July 1, 2019
A database on the Bos taurus.
April 1, 2019
Legumes are the second most essential group of crops with around ~700 genera and ~19,000 known Legume species in the world.
Jan 1, 2019
The Citrus genus and its associated genera (Poncirus, Microcitrus, Fourtunella and Eremocitrus) are part of Aurantioideae subfamily of Rutaceae family,
June 12, 2023 USU Today
Fulbright, NAHEP Doctoral Students Bring Big Data and Ideas to USU Bioinformatics Lab
The Utah State University Bioinformatics Facility recently hosted two graduate students funded by prestigious scholarships.
March 1, 2022 Cultivate
Bioinformatics: Big Data Pushing the Boundaries of Human Knowledge
View the cultivate magazine for more info.
February 1, 2022 USU Today
Students Prepare to Present Research at State Capitol
A group of undergraduates will share their research findings at the annual Research on Capitol Hill.
January 10, 2022 USU Today
USU Bioinformatics Expert Hopes Big Data Lab Will Revolutionize More Fields of Research
Rakesh Kaundal's Contributions to Bioinformatics Push the Boundaries of Human Knowledge
December 14, 2021 USU Today
USU Student Uses Undergraduate Research Grant to Train AI for Weeding
The artificial intelligence revolution is coming, and there is nowhere to hide — at least, not for weeds.