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Projects have won the competition for the creation of international laboratories at HSE University for the period from December 1, 2019 to December 31, 2022.

Following a thorough international evaluation of applications submitted for the competition, the Committee for International Laboratories Management Support has decided to support the following projects:

  • International Laboratory of Statistical and Computational Genomics, led by Rasmus Nielsen (USA) and Vladimir Schur;
  • International Laboratory for Social and Cultural Integration led by Linda Cook (USA) and Elena Yarskaya-Smirnova;
  • International Laboratory of Algebraic Topology and Its Applications led by Mikiya Masuda (Japan) and Anton Ayzenberg;
  • Laboratory of Microphysiological Systems led Andrey Ugolkov (USA) and Diana Maltseva.

 

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