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Pacific Rim researchers to collaborate on distributed bioinformatics analysis of avian flu

an experience that will equip them to do ongoing research in this field." This activity also leverages NSF’s investment in the Pacific Rim undergraduate Education (PRIME) project, an undergraduate research abroad program awarded to UCSD.

"The next step for PRAGMA is a pragmatic one ?to demonstrate that international team science can address pressing challenges in a way that might not be possible in one institution or just one country," said Arzberger. "We expect that this project will engage other researchers, both in other PRAGMA sites, e.g., at USM in Malaysia, and also at the National Biomedical Computation Resource, through the complementary, ongoing Avian flu Drug Discovery project led by professors J. Andrew McCammon and Art Olson of NBCR, by sharing expertise and resources."
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