Raquel Romano Named Alvarez Fellow in Computational Science
May 1, 2004
Raquel Romano, a member of the Imaging and Informatics Group in the Computational Research Division, has been selected as the next Luis W. Alvarez Post-Doctoral Fellow in Computational Science. Here she is congratulated by Horst Simon, associate lab director for Computing Sciences. After earning her bachelor’s degree in mathematics from Harvard, Romano earned both her master’s and Ph.D. in computer science at MIT. At Berkeley Lab, she is working to develop computer vision and image processing tools to help biologists in the Life Sciences Division better understand why some cells become cancerous.
Read more about Romano at <http://www.lbl.gov/CS/html/romano.html>.
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