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Old 02-23-2017, 03:55 PM   #1
CompBioinformatics
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Hello everyone!

I'm a undergraduate (Senior!) Systems Biology major. My professor highly recommended The Biostar Handbook to my classmates and I for our personal references and classes in our last couple of semesters. I really only signed up to ask a question at the moment because I don't feel like my knowledge base is yet at the point to be able to contribute to most of the discussions here.

About me: I'm a 32-year-old math and science nerd that decided to have a piece of paper saying as such, so I went back to school 4 years ago. I knew I couldn't learn Systems Biology on my own in a way that would be satisfactory, and to be honest I'm not the best student (or wasn't) so I felt a generic biology bachelor's might hold me back when it came time for grad school. The Systems Biology program at my school has been enlightening and fun and we're at the point where a year long research project must be completed to graduate (starting in the Fall). So I can't wait to work with some of the technology and gain some real experience in the field on both sides of the Systems Biology coin.

I hope to gain a lot of knowledge from these boards and eventually contribute once I actually start doing research full time. I'll be lurking for a couple of years after a few posts to get acquainted but I'm glad this community exists.
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