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Michael Hoffman
Computational genomicist at Princess Margaret Cancer Centre. Assistant Professor, Medical Biophysics and Computer Science, University of Toronto.
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Michael Hoffman 6h
Replying to @andpru
I mean I already have a job Andrew but thanks for thinking of me
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Adam Graham May 20
Whatever Twitter’s intentions were, this is what it has become
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Ingrid Johnsrude 14h
Come work and play with us ! Prestigious positions available for emerging (Tier II CRC) and established research leaders (Tier I CRC). Outstanding women, Indigenous people, and people with disabilities encouraged to apply. Any discipline, including neuroscience!
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Michael Hoffman 7h
Replying to @anarchaeopteryx
Having a good night, eh?
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Michael Hoffman 7h
Replying to @JimJohnsonSci
(I'll feel less bad about it if I cited you in the preprint and an editor required me to sharply reduce the number of citations.)
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Michael Hoffman 7h
Replying to @JimJohnsonSci
You go right ahead. I promise to feel bad about it.
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Michael Hoffman 7h
Replying to @JimJohnsonSci
Just confirmed: exactly 1 of the >100 citations is a self-citation.
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Michael Hoffman 7h
Replying to @Merz @JimJohnsonSci
The lit review and its citations aren't the story.
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Michael Hoffman 7h
Replying to @JimJohnsonSci
Ideally. But I'm not in an ideal world and the choice seems pretty clear to me.
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Michael Hoffman 7h
Replying to @JimJohnsonSci
I feel like that devalues the methods. The methods which were essential for actually completing this work.
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Piero Carninci May 20
Quake: Which combination of genes are better to define cell types? Transcription factors define cells better! Surprisingly: cell surface markers are the worst to predictors of cell types!!
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Michael Hoffman 7h
Replying to @JimJohnsonSci
I mean the editor wants a lot of words cut out too, so the lit review is going to be extremely abridged.
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Michael Hoffman 7h
Replying to @JimJohnsonSci
Other people are going to have to be content with citation in the preprint.
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Michael Hoffman 7h
Replying to @JimJohnsonSci
Maybe. I don't think I have enough citations for all the work on which mine is based and methods and resources I've used. Work of other groups pursuing similar questions is probably going to have to go if the work didn't directly inspire some part of this work.
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Michael Hoffman 7h
Replying to @JimJohnsonSci
More than 100.
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Michael Hoffman 7h
Replying to @JimJohnsonSci
I didn't say it was *the* problem, but it's definitely *a* problem that I have right now.
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Michael Hoffman 8h
Replying to @JimJohnsonSci
Sure, as soon as I complete the editor's request to remove 97 references from my manuscript.
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Kasper Daniel Hansen 9h
A good rule of Twitter is that a word play is never an accident in a tweet.
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I. Kant Even 11h
Replying to @michaelhoffman
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Michael Hoffman 11h
Replying to @aaronquinlan
What a field to work in.
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