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Sebastian Schoenherr
Computational Researcher at . Michigan Imputation Server co-creator . Co-lead of .
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Sebastian Schoenherr Jul 20
...AND most important, 8 years of great friendship + collaboration with . Enis presented Cloudman, we Cloudgene. Both projects are still heavily used by the community.
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Guido Meijer Jul 15
Your daily reminder that Elsevier makes a higher profit margin than the pharmaceutical and tobacco industry combined
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jon drake Jul 8
Video Games in the 80s: Run! Jump! Eat this flower! Collect the coins! Video Games Now: You are a broken man, haunted by the choices you’ve made. You do not fear the sweet embrace of death, but you still have unfinished business.
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Simone Rubinacci Jul 7
New postdoc position in our lab. Please share!
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Twitter Jul 2
You can have an edit button when everyone wears a mask
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Jian Ma Jul 3
Reviewer #3 would say: This paper simply combines rope jumping and soccer ball juggling, neither of which is considered new.
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Sci Hub Jun 29
... articles downloaded from Sci-hub were cited 1.72 times more than papers not downloaded from Sci-hub and that the number of downloads from Sci-hub was a robust predictor of future citations
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Eric Topol Jun 26
June 26, 2000 20 year anniversary of this milestone in life science. Some will argue the impact has not matched the proclamations at the time; others recognize transformation for rare/unknown diseases, cancer, and non-invasive prenatal testing
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Eric Topol Jun 25
The virus didn't win. We (the US) lost An extraordinary infographic tells the story of how a colossal failure of leadership let this happen "At every crucial moment American officials were weeks or months behind the reality of the outbreak"
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Evan Maxwell Jun 23
Excited to release our distributed whole genome regression method for population-scale association testing as part of , our open-source collaboration with . Check out the blog post 1/4
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Sebastian Schoenherr Jun 16
how cool is that!
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Steven Salzberg Jun 11
The publishers' paywall crumbles: MIT joins the Univ. of California, SUNY, and all German universities in refusing to pay science publisher Elsevier's obscenely high subscription fees–for papers written by scientists, describing work paid for by the public
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Sebastian Schoenherr Jun 10
still pretty impressive to see how austria is doing the dance. pic from
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SpaceX May 30
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Daniel MacArthur May 27
It's live! After years of work and more than 16 months in peer review, the gnomAD package is now up at Nature. We have seven papers in total, exploring different scientific aspects of this collection of more than 140,000 exomes and genomes:
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AntonioSalasEllacuriaga May 20
Happy and proud of sharing our contribution to SARS-CoV-2 genome variation: The impact of super-spreaders in COVID-19: mapping genome variation worldwide. bioRxiv viewer
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Heng Li May 18
A blog post on comparing fast high-level languages including Julia, Nim and Crystal on FASTQ parsing and interval query: . Source code available at
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el gato malo May 15
this study is garbage and the lancet should be mortified to have published it it's riddled w/ assumptive and mathematical errors so glaring i'm honestly stunned it makes both prevalence & simple arithmetic errors how is this even possible in an allegedly peer reviewed journal?
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Travis Gerke May 11
After 6 years, I have left the tenure track. I’m beyond excited to begin a new role (Director of Health Informatics) next week. I do have some parting thoughts about the unique situation data scientists face in academia currently. 1/
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Stephen Turner May 8
Haplocheck: Phylogeny-based Contamination Detection in Mitochondrial and Whole-Genome Sequencing Studies & colleagues !
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