Seed Funding Program Awardees Announced for 2019

The JHU Institute for Data Intensive Engineering and Science (IDIES) is pleased to announce the Spring, 2019 Seed Funding Program Awardees.

Congratulations to

Predicting Morphogenesis: Understanding the Role of Cell-to-Cell Variation in Collective Gradient Sensing
Brian Camley, Andrew Ewald
The History of Meter and the History of English Grammar
Chris Cannon, Sayeed Choudhury, Mark Patton
Expanding Data-Intensive Teaching at Johns Hopkins University by Hosting the Practical Genomics Workshop on SciServer
Sarah Wheelan, Jai Won Kim, Jonathon Pevsner, Luigi Marchionni, Frederick Tan
Global Methane Emissions Inferred from New, Massive Satellite Datasets
Scot Miller, Darryn Waugh
Diagnostic Bias in Phonocardiographic Measurements Due to Body Habitus: Data-Enabled Analysis with In-Silco Virtual Populations
Rajat Mittal, Andreas Andreou, W. Reid Thompson, Jung Hee Seo
Understanding Social Learning Using Big Data on Patent Examiners’ Search in Knowledge Space
Roman Galperin, Marshall Shuler
Use of Whole Exome Sequencing to Find and Test Novel Candidate Genes in Very Early Onset Inflammatory Bowel Disease
Janet Markle, Anthony Guerrerio