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Ashley Conard wins OurCS poster competition

Ashley Conard, a Senior at Depauw, was the winner of the 2013 Opportunities for Undergraduate Research in Computer Science (OurCS) poster competition at Carnegie Mellon on October 18-20.  Her winning poster, "Creation and Implementation of D4M Algorithm for Protein Analysis" described her innovative project to quickly diagnose a patient with any kind of infection, which resides in protein space. Ashley is pictured below, second from left.

Ashley Conard, second from left, winning OurCS poster competition

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Jan 7 2014

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