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CSE Student Spotlight - Sabrina Zhou MSE '15

CSE Student Spotlight - Sabrina Zhou MSE '15

December 23, 2014

Lots can happen in one year at Harvard, and for Sabrina Zhou (SM '14), the first year of the Computational Science and Engineering degree program helped her “grow up [and] become a stronger student and scientist.” Now in her second year as a Master’s of Engineering candidate, Zhou is using the freedom of research to explore a sub-field of computational science she finds exceptionally intriguing, machine learning with a focus on feature extraction and deep neural networks. Zhou moved to the U.S.

CSE Secondary Field Alumna wins NIH award to pursue cancer research

CSE Secondary Field Alumna wins NIH award to pursue cancer research

October 14, 2014

Amanda Randles (Applied Physics Phd '13, CSE Secondary Field '13) has  received a Director's Early Independence Award from the National Institutes of Health (NIH). The NIH Common Fund award provides funding to encourage exceptional young scientists to pursue "high risk, high reward" independent research in biomedical and behavioral science. Randles will receive about $2.5 million over five years.