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Jennifer Gardy
I am an actual scientist and I also play one on TV. And when I’m not doing that, I make booze at .
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Jennifer Gardy 59m
Replying to @torstenseemann
Can I just say that in the end, snippy saved the day? You rock.
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Jennifer Gardy 4h
Replying to @blprnt
Good job we haven’t managed to find a mushroom in the last 15 years.
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Jennifer Gardy 10h
Replying to @blprnt
I might as well just fully commit and head straight to TensorFlow
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Jennifer Gardy 21h
Awww, thanks ☺️ Glad it was helpful! It’s free to grad students, PDFs, and recent grads at 🇨🇦 universities through .
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Jennifer Gardy 24h
Replying to @harper
I bet your troubleshooting skills are >>> than mine though 😂
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Jennifer Gardy 24h
Every so often I have a day of just bioinformatics work and I realize that I basically got a PhD in endlessly installing dependencies and then forgetting what I set out to do eight hours ago.
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Jennifer Gardy Jul 17
Replying to @pathogenomenick
Mine's just gonna learn to recognize cats.
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Jennifer Gardy Jul 17
Replying to @BoyleLab
If you can think of some great speakers, get those names on a session submission form! :)
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Jennifer Gardy Jul 17
Replying to @pathogenomenick
Interactive workshop off-site at a sourdough bakery - I LIKE IT. Actually, you could propose a full-day workshop doing the one-day Porecamp schtick - that would be crazy popular...
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Jennifer Gardy Jul 17
Replying to @jennifergardy
2/2 And if you have ANY more general ideas - topics you'd like to see covered, special events, community engagement activities, etc - tweet at me! Our program committee meets next month and we are listening :) Microbe is YOUR meeting; together we can make it amazing.
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Jennifer Gardy Jul 17
1/2 Microbiology twitter! If you've got a proposal for an Microbe 2019 session, submit it at by August 3. Many of our symposia are programmed directly from your submissions.
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Jennifer Gardy Jul 17
Replying to @thesciencedork
Hahahahahaha omg I forgot about this. 😂
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Jennifer Gardy Jul 16
Replying to @GDGish
I’d totally share with a postdoc if they even gave my PDFs offices! They get open-air desk space. I’m supposed to share with a random staff member.
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Jennifer Gardy Jul 16
Replying to @Carmichael_JL
Being in with the team when you manage them/work alongside them is good, but most of academic life is either writing, thinking, or one-on-one meetings with trainees; I'm not sure if the out-in-the-open model really works for that :(
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Jennifer Gardy Jul 16
Replying to @tjsharpton
Guess I’m just going to have to work from the beach from now on.
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Jennifer Gardy Jul 16
Replying to @AaronAdamack
I use mine most days, and basically there are two of ~30 of us that are being told to share, as far as I can tell; everyone else has their own space :(
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Jennifer Gardy Jul 16
Replying to @michaeljunger
Yes!!! Maybe I should just move my computers down to the bar and work from there.
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Jennifer Gardy Jul 16
Replying to @robyn_s_lee
Just the office, I would assume. But who knows at this point :(
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Jennifer Gardy Jul 16
Replying to @pathogenomenick
Ha!
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Jennifer Gardy Jul 16
Uh, asking for a friend... Is it okay to require a tenured university professor running a world-leading research group to share an office? Like, share their M-F, 9-5 office?
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