Monday, March 31, 2014

April: I'll be around

It turns out that April is going to be a big travel month for me. If you'll be at any of these events, I'd be very happy to meet up!


Wednesday April 2, 2014 - CEHG Seminar at Stanford

I will be traveling to the South Bay, and will be available to meet with people 10am-3pm. See the announcement and abstract here.

Seminar on Computational, Evolutionary and Human Genetics
Stanford University
1:00pm Lunch; 1:15 Seminar
Clark Center S360

April 6-12, 2014 - tweeting for @realscientists

I will be tweeting for @realscientists!! I'm preparing a series of topics to cover, focusing on sex chromosome and sex-biased evolution.

If you have specific questions about my research, sex chromosomes, sex-determination, or the related, leave them below, and I'll address them during this week.


April 7-11, 2014 - Conference on World Affairs panelist

I am thrilled to have been invited to participate in the 66th Annual Conference on World Affairs at the University of Colorado Boulder. Here's my profile for the conference

I'll be serving as a panelist on seven different panels
1716 I F-ing Love Theoretical Research!
    3:00-4:20 on Monday April 7, 2014
    Visual Arts Complex 1B20

1864 Gentrification, Homelessness and the American City
    4:30-5:50 on Monday April 7, 2014
    UMC East Ballroom

2464 Young Scientists Making Their Mark
    12:30-1:50 on Tuesday April 8, 2014
    UMC West Ballroom

3316 Science Ain’t What It Used to Be
    11:00-12:20 on Wednesday April 9, 2014
    UMC West Ballroom

3712 56 Different Points on the Gender Spectrum
    3:00-4:20 on Wednesday April 9, 2014
    UMC Center Ballroom

4611 Controversies Inside Science
    2:00-3:20 on Thursday April 10, 2014
    UMC 235

5262 Into the Future of Science and Technology
    10:30-11:50 on Friday April 11, 2014
    UMC 235

April 17-18, 2014 - RCN Network for Integrating Bioinformatics into Life Sciences Education

As a computational biologist I am a huge advocate for increasing students' understanding of mathematics and computational approaches. So, I jumped at the opportunity to participate in the Research Coordination Network (RCN), Network for Integrating Bioinformatics into Life Sciences Education (NIBLSE). As it happens, the RCN NIBLSE is organizing a conference in Omaha, Nebraska this April, so I'll be making a whirlwind trip there this month as well. I'll be sure to share what I learn here. 

Other than this, I'll be in Berkeley, getting work done. 

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