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Michael Landis
Evolution, phylogenetics, biogeography, Bayesian inference. Postdoc at Yale.
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Rafael Guerrero May 21
Seems like a good time to share a job-market story. I heard some jaw-dropping URM anecdotes at PEQG, and this one is really tiny in comparison. But it's recent, and it's mine to share.
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Michael Landis May 22
Replying to @guerruhroh
Thanks for sharing this
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erika edwards May 20
Calling all botanists! Open position: Assoc. Dir. of Marsh Botanical Garden at Yale. Amazing non-traditional academic job- managing research and educational programming, science outreach, special events and tours. Come join us!
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bioRxiv Evobio May 17
Full Bayesian comparative phylogeography from genomic data
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Daniel Bolnick May 16
Replying to @DanielBolnick
I think its important to be self-reflective, as a discipline, about the negative aspects of our history, to understand how ideas were misinterpreted and misused and how that legacy plays out today in affecting how comfortable people feel with the subject of evolution.
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Michael Landis May 17
Inspired by 's piece -- and impressed she still finds time to share her experiences so lucidly!
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Jamie Oaks May 16
A review paper (plus a few simulations) with , , and Adam Leache about marginal likelihoods in phylogenetics: . Feedback welcome!
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Jess Telford May 5
Maintain OSS? Be beginner friendly, and set these words as errors in your syntax highlighter: - obviously - basically - simply - of course - clearly - just - everyone knows - however - so, - easy
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April Wright May 13
I've spent a lot of time and effort this past week sorting through maternity accommodations. Science may be for everyone, but the system in which we work was not set up for everyone. On this Mother's Day, make the decision to see the barriers and knock 'em down.
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Julian Olden May 10
Replying to @ibartomeus
The guide to peer reviewing published by the British Ecological Society is worth reading. It is great resource which I use in my professional development class.
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Jessica Oswald May 9
Thousands of unstudied songbird fossils from a Pleistocene (~100k old) site in Florida. Type locality for Pandaneris floridana (really P. convexa). Let’s see what other extinct species are in here! P.s these cabinets haven’t been opened for at least 30 years.
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(Fred)erick Matsen May 10
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Jaimi Gray May 9
For all users like me who are nitpicky about the colour palettes they use in figures: there is a package called "colorspace" which lets you brew your own palette in an interactive window! Even has options to check how its viewed in B&W and by colourblind people.
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Michael Landis May 10
Replying to @dan_rabosky
That Dr T's bottle looks like the perfect vessel for an old prank
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Michael Landis May 9
Awesome RevBayes "rev-mode" emacs feature by !! It's a pity that I am a vim user and therefore forbidden from installing emacs
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Michael Landis May 9
Quite enjoying Marlene Zuk & Mike Travisano's address on how verbal, mathematical, experimental, and fashion models advance our understanding of natural systems:
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Dr. Chris Martine May 8
Last project in our + class: Use the materials/conventions of a specimen to reflect an issue/experience that matters to you.
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Josh Penalba May 3
Anyone going to still looking for a room? Hit me up!
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Michael Landis May 2
With a little effort and discipline, you could be!
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Joan E. Strassmann May 1
National Academy is Sciences, Section 27, Evolution, congratulates new members , Gunter Wagner, David Penny
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