Computational Biology with Sabrina Rashid

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Nature has its own computers, from worms to bacteria, these organisms use calculus and gradient descent to survive. Sabrina Rashid, PhD student in Computational Biology at Carnegie Mellon, explains how bacteria are using gradient descent. We also talked about what computational biology is and the problems that are being explored. Sabrina also talked about her work on RNA sequence analysis and the type of data that she works with.

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Sabrina Rashid, PhD Computational Biology at Carnegie Mellon

 

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