Mauricio Oliveira Carneiro
Personal Page, academic research and professional projects
Introduction
Through this website I make publicly available software I've developed, some material I've created for lectures and presentations, as well as my publications and my resume.

I am a computational biologist at the Broad Institute's Medical and Population Genetics Analysis group.
Achievements
Ph.D. in Computational Biology
Harvard University, December 4th, 2010.
Harvard University Distinction in Teaching Award
Harvard University, Bok Center, Spring 2010.
Harvard University Distinction in Teaching Award
Harvard University, Bok Center, Spring 2008.
M.Sc. in Molecular and Cellular Biology
IOC-FIOCRUZ, 2005.
First Location Based RPG in the World
Alien Revolt Mobile Game - July 2005
B.Sc. in Computer Science
PUC-Rio, 2003.
Programming Excellence Award
ACM Upsilon Pi Epsilon Society - March 2003
Brazil and South America Champion
in the 2003 ACM International Collegiate Programming Contest
2nd place of Brazil
in the 2002 ACM International Collegiate Programming Contest
Best Mathematics Software
with Gravity Force Simulator, PUC-Rio, 1998
Software Releases
Splicing Footprints Locator.
Molecular Clock Simulator
World's First Location Based Wireless RPG.
Automated scoreboard for UVA Online Judge contests.
Secure Socket Layer for the LUA language.
Contact Information
Work Address:
Broad Institute
301 Binney st #5040
Cambridge, MA - 02141
Winchester, MA
Last update: February 22, 2013