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Michael Landis
Evolution, phylogenetics, biogeography, Bayesian inference. Postdoc at Yale.
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Michael Landis Dec 5
Looking forward to reading this one!
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Michael Landis Nov 30
Replying to @WrightingApril
Schedule an intermission before you present your results to amplify the anticipation?
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Will Freyman Nov 27
Our paper on the spatial phylogenetics of California!
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Oliver Griffith Nov 21
Great piece on how the physics of diffusion is important for understanding how hands and feet evolved from fins
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Michael Landis Nov 19
Replying to @Lepidodendron
Looks fascinating, can't wait to read!
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Michael Landis Nov 16
Wonderful interview!!
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SACNAS Nov 15
"I often encourage my students to describe themselves as a biologist (or whatever branch of science they’re pursuing) early on, so as to own what they’re becoming..." Words of wisdom from interview with member
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Matthias Steinrücken Nov 13
I'm looking for postdocs to do population genetics with me in Chicago: Please spread the word =).
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Denise Kühnert Nov 10
I am looking for mathematically/computationally-minded people to join me in my new group at the Max-Planck Institute in Jena (Germany) next year.
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Michael Landis Nov 13
Replying to @Thomas_Clements @XCsci
Much appreciated!
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Michael Landis Nov 13
Replying to @Thomas_Clements @XCsci
Any suggested reading for the latest on cephalopod phylogenetics?
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April Wright Nov 12
All caught up on course prep, models running, research student activities prepped. Catching up on some reading of final version of this article by and Very cool!
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Laurent Duret Nov 11
Congrats to Vincent Daubin for orchestrating the Ancestrome project. Fabulous cooperative spirit, outstanding working atmosphere and impressive results... Beautiful science!
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Michael Landis Nov 8
Excited to learn that recent work with on pulsed evolution in vertebrates is now freely available online!
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Lee Hsiang Liow Oct 25
thx! Folks pls apply now u know > abt my textmining diversification est project, RT last time!
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Michael Landis Oct 24
Chiming in with another thanks to and Erin Saupe for organizing a fantastic session on computational paleobio!
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Alex Dunhill Oct 17
New paper out in Palaeontology - testing the validity of formation counts as a sampling proxy in the fossil record
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Nick Matzke Oct 17
Woot! Dispersal in the Ordovician: Speciation & paleobiogeographic analyses of brachiopods/trilobites
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Vince Buffalo Oct 11
Gideon is an awesome scientist, mentor, and human. Go work with him!!
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Carl Boettiger Oct 11
Our preprint on the : Containers for , is now on the !
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