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Old 11-10-2013, 06:54 AM   #1
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Default Hello from Wisconsin

Hiya folks, I'm new to computational biology, got a gig doing analysis for Kathy Barton in the Department of Plant Biology at the Carnegie Institution for Science in Stanford, although I live in Madison, Wisconsin. I'm a plasma physicist, and currently teach elementary physics at the UW-Madison as a lecturer when they need me, as well as owning a web app company (IMS) here in Madison where I do a lot of Java programming. I left experimental physics research in 1998.

You may have seen me if you were at the Cold Spring Harbor Lab conference on Gene Informatics a couple weeks ago.

Right now I'm working on a bunch of RNA-Seq data (Otogenetics/DNANexus) as well as some older microarray data on similar samples. This is Arabidopsis thaliana, of course.
Sam Hokin
Computational Scientist, Carnegie and NCGR
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