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Joshua G. Schraiber
Evolution, statistics, software, slacktivism
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Joshua G. Schraiber 2h
Replying to @yanivbrandvain
...really gotta get to the revisions and resubmission of this paper...
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Auriel Fournier Jun 27
TFW you see the paper you're most proud of type set for the first time *dabs eyes*
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Aneil Agrawal Jun 26
Congrats winner of SSE's Fisher Prize!
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Joshua G. Schraiber Jun 26
Replying to @nastywmnlabmngr
Honestly I hate the mentality that science should be your life. It's extremely toxic on so many levels.
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Alon Keinan Jun 25
(Pls RT) Recruiting postdocs & students to my group , broadly in human population genomics, nutrigenomics, & complex traits genetics
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Joshua G. Schraiber Jun 26
Really cool work looking at the population genetics of highly duplicated genes.
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Joshua G. Schraiber Jun 26
Replying to @MauricioGForero
The research I know says that working a lot not only isn't productive, but is counter productive for most:
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Joshua G. Schraiber Jun 26
Replying to @nastywmnlabmngr
God that's ridiculous. Why do people expect you to dedicate your whole life to work, as if you don't have anything else going on???
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J.J. Emerson Jun 25
Replying to @jgschraiber
The narrative that "leaving academics is failure" is one of the most corrosive in academics. Reject it.
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J.J. Emerson Jun 25
Replying to @jgschraiber
To be fair, "success" in academia can be elusive regardless of talent and hard work. So, YMMV.
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Joshua G. Schraiber Jun 25
Replying to @jaimedash
I'm just being too lazy to go to bed and browsing social media. I think this counts as non-work :)
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Joshua G. Schraiber Jun 25
Can't emphasize enough. I'm reasonably successful in academia and I explicitly refuse to work weekends and nights. Sanity > productivity
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Tracy Heath Jun 24
Bursts in evolution and fat tailed distributions explained by
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Catherine Sheard Jun 24
Damien Wilburn : abalone species boundaries perhaps maintained by egg/sperm lysin receptor coevolution.
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Ben Hopkins Jun 24
Cool work from Damien Wilburn: rapid coevolution of sperm and egg surface proteins within abalone species to reduce hybridisation
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Graham Coop Jun 22
Griffiths and Tavare ride again!
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Tracy Heath Jun 22
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pandolfatto Jun 21
Nice work by Sarah Kocher () at Princeton's Lewis-Sigler Inst.
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Joseph W. Brown Jun 21
Rapid adaptive shifts are a common mode of macroevolution by Sat 14:00. Preprint:
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Matthew Hahn Jun 20
NIH minimum pdoc salary adjusted for Palo Alto is $230k. Clearly Stanford faculty should pay their people this.
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