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Award Abstract #1229064

MRI: Acquisition of Computational Resources for Research in Computational and Systems Biology

NSF Org: CNS
Division Of Computer and Network Systems
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Initial Amendment Date: September 6, 2012
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Latest Amendment Date: September 6, 2012
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Award Number: 1229064
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Award Instrument: Standard Grant
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Program Manager: Rita V. Rodriguez
CNS Division Of Computer and Network Systems
CSE Direct For Computer & Info Scie & Enginr
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Start Date: September 1, 2012
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End Date: August 31, 2015 (Estimated)
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Awarded Amount to Date: $450,000.00
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Investigator(s): Carlos Camacho ccamacho@pitt.edu (Principal Investigator)
Lillian Chong (Co-Principal Investigator)
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Sponsor: University of Pittsburgh
University Club
Pittsburgh, PA 15213-2303 (412)624-7400
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NSF Program(s): MAJOR RESEARCH INSTRUMENTATION
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Program Reference Code(s): 1189
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Program Element Code(s): 1189

ABSTRACT

Proposal #: 12-29064

PI(s): Camacho, Carlos J; Chong, Lillian T

Institution: University of Pittsburgh

Title: MRI/Acq.: Computational Resources for Research in Computational and Systems Biology

Project Proposed:

This project, acquiring a computational instrument, fosters interdisciplinary collaborations and training that promote breakthroughs in the biological sciences. The project is lead by the Department of Computational and Systems Biology (DCSB) in conjunction with the joint Ph.D. program between two institutions in the area: Pittsburgh and Carnegie Mellon Universities. The acquisition, a state-of-the-art 57-node 3392 core computing cluster, is dedicated to research and development of applications and the dissemination of new computational methods. The cluster supports the following research projects:

- Novel molecular methods to access biological timescales of interest;

- Deep-sequencing technologies for high throughput ?omic? data collection; and,

- Methods to leverage high-resolution multi-modal biomedical images/videos in basic research.

Broader Impacts:

Broader impacts should be felt both regionally and nationally. At the involved institutions, the research initiatives the incorporation of developed applications in teaching modules for use at local city high schools, as well as in undergraduate and graduate courses. Access to dedicated computational resources will provide valuable hands on experiences for students. More broadly, the software developed exploits the new computational resources that will be made available to other researchers nationwide.


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Z. D. Pozun, X. Su, and K. D. Jordan. "Establishing the Ground State of the Disjoint Diradical Tetramethyleneethane with Quantum Monte Carlo," J. Am. Chem. Soc, v.135, 2013, p. 13862.

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Christopher S. Ewing, Saurabh Bhavsar, Götz Veser, Joseph J. McCarthy, and J. Karl Johnson. "Accurate Amorphous Silica Surface Models from First Principles Thermodynamics of Surface Dehydroxylation," Langmuir, v.30, 2014, p. 5133-5141. 

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M. J. Deible, M. Kessler, K. Gasperich, and K. D. Jordan. "Quantum Monte Carlo Calculation of the Binding Energy of the Beryllium Dimer," J. Chem. Phys., v.143, 2015, p. 1.

Cheng, M.H. and I. Bahar. "Complete mapping of substrate translocation highlights the significance of LeuT N-terminal segment in regulating transport cycle," PLoS Comput Biol., 2014.

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Prerna Grover, Haibin Shi, Matthew Baumgartner, Carlos J. Camacho, Thomas E. Smithgall. "Fluorescence Polarization Screening Assays for Small Molecule Allosteric Modulators of ABL Kinase Function," Plos One, v.10, 2015, p. e0133590.


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