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Sonia Hall @SoniaHall🔁@foodskop joins #PEQG18 New Faculty Forum - creating inclusive learning environments is important for teamwork
Needhi Bhalla 💅🏽 @NeedhiBhalla🔁 The last talk of #peqg18 is by incomparable @NadiaDSingh.
Needhi Bhalla 💅🏽 @NeedhiBhalla🔁 Love the shout out to reviewer 2 😂😂😂 #PEQG18
Jeremy Berg @JeremyJBerg🔁Bonus day at the Memorial Union #PEQG18 #bestlife
Hopi Hoekstra @hopihoekstra🔁Check out these data! Recombinant inbred lines of C. elegans — both powerful and beautiful! #PEQG18
Hopi Hoekstra @hopihoekstra🔁Poster on “Women’s hidden contribution to the foundation of theoretical population genetics”. Awesome. #PEQG18 twitter.com
Hopi Hoekstra @hopihoekstra🔁The “terrible” genomes of super cool strawberry poison frog (initial N50 of 385bp) by at . Why terrible? Repeats (4 twitter.com .8 Gb of TEs — 60% of genome—specifically).
Jeffrey Good @jeffreymgood🔁Yes, thank you!
I also want to thank the organizers and for including so many talks from outstanding grads/postdoc twitter.com s/assist profs. For me, this emphasis on fresh ideas from early career scientists was really inspiring.
Jeffrey Good @jeffreymgood🔁I couldn't agree more. Great colleagues, outstanding conference! #PEQG18 twitter.com
J. Chris Pires @JChrisPires🔁 #sciku
#PEQG18 is wonderful
Madison is beautiful
Stephanie Borgland @drstephieb🔁 Diet-restricted mice live longer, but they’re miserable to be around. Constantly talking about their fad diet. #PEQG18
Drew T. Doering 👨🏻🔬🤷🏻♂️ @dtdoering🔁Just submitted my abstract for what will likely be the last conference I attend as a grad student, by ! Can't w twitter.com ait to share the exciting stuff I've been working on, see some of the yeast folks from , and scope out opportunities for after I graduate! 🔭
Hopi Hoekstra @hopihoekstra🔁Overall was definitely the best meeting I’ve been to. I’m fully energized by all the awesome science, brilliant folks I’ve met, and great conversations I’ve had. Thanks to for all the hard work to make it happen!
Graham Coop @Graham_Coop🔁lab in Madison
enjoying garden writing
much grilled cheese eaten
#PEQG18 #sciku title: PI home alone
Dajiang Liu @dajiangliu81🔁 & degiorgiolab repping with the uw badger at - with
Sonia Hall @SoniaHall🔁 talks about her work with and provides guidance to on supporting students career interests.
Emily Josephs @emjosephs🔁I was really glad to catch the first half of the new PI forum at . Lots of inspiration for making undergraduate educa twitter.com tion more inclusive from
Emily Josephs @emjosephs🔁Had such a great time at #PEQG18 this week. Thanks to all the organizers and the broader peqg community for being so awesome.
Harly Jane Durbin @harlyjaned🔁The party bus took a "bathroom break" at New Glarus Brewery on our way home from .
. We wish you were here .
David Threadgill @geneticsczar🔁“Life lessons that you can learn from this project”
- hypotheses & pilot data can be wrong and the science can still be interesting
- review process can be painful but it helps us be more rigorous scientists
Conny @Franzys999🔁My favorite poster so far: Alison Wardlow’s blank poster on how sexual conflict constrains the evolution of reinforcement. She draws the poster while clearly explaining her theory! Brilliant.
Darli Massardo @darli_massardo🔁The “terrible” genomes of super cool strawberry poison frog (initial N50 of 385bp) by at . Why terrible? Repeats (4.8 Gb of TEs — 60% of genome—specifically).
Patricka W-Simon @w_patricka🔁The party bus took a "bathroom break" at New Glarus Brewery on our way home from .
. We wish you were here . twitter.com
Troy Rowan @TroyNRowan🔁Stories like that of Crow taking Kimura, at the time a brilliant but destitute immigrant from war-torn Japan, under his wing are not only inspiring for their humanity but also show that great advances in our craft often come from acts of kindness .
Nadia Singh @NadiaDSingh🔁standing room only as leads a workshop on Writing Scientific Papers. talking ab barriers now - time restrictions, getting started, getting outside of your data, lack of a deadline, motivation, 'procrasto-graphing'
C3STC @c3STC🔁Poster on “Women’s hidden contribution to the foundation of theoretical population genetics”. Awesome.
Brandon Hurr @bhive01🔁After reading 's poster (77M) I'm tempted to start calling dogs "The Cabbage of the Animal Kingdom"
Eric Watson @r_evolutionist🔁Read more about the work and I have been working on! *and just presented preliminary results at
Needhi Bhalla 💅🏽 @NeedhiBhalla🔁 @NadiaDSingh is a rockstar! Thanks for telling it like it is at #PEQG18
Needhi Bhalla 💅🏽 @NeedhiBhalla🔁Wow! Not only a great talk by but also a great message to send out to younger scientists! Great way to end the presentation session!
Needhi Bhalla 💅🏽 @NeedhiBhalla🔁 has shown not once, but twice at that . Thank you for being a wonderful moderator at the panel and giving an awesome closing talk on recombination plasticity and important life lessons in science!
Needhi Bhalla 💅🏽 @NeedhiBhalla🔁As someone early on their academic journey, I am very grateful to for swerving her talk to openly discuss humanization of science and scientists - that hit genuinely deep. What a way to close !
Needhi Bhalla 💅🏽 @NeedhiBhalla🔁Final talk of by ends w/ a few life lessons: (1) hypotheses can be wrong but the science can still be interesting (2) pilot data can be wrong but the science still interesting (3) review process can be painful but increases rigor
Arslan Zaidi @A_A_Zaidi🔁 & degiorgiolab repping with the uw badger at - with twitter.com
Needhi Bhalla 💅🏽 @NeedhiBhalla🔁 joins New Faculty Forum - creating inclusive learning environments is important for teamwork
Needhi Bhalla 💅🏽 @NeedhiBhalla🔁 @foodskop - Search for similarities to build relationships to improve lab and classroom environments #PEQG18 #NewFaculty
Needhi Bhalla 💅🏽 @NeedhiBhalla🔁be conscious about a student’s background - connect the similarities to harness the power of a great mentor.
new friends, collaborators.
the solstice is nigh.
(a haiku in the stricter sense, as it include twitter.com s a "kigo" or seasonal reference)
Monika Cechova Mich @biomonika🔁Thanks for a wonderful meeting! I had so much fun:) Madison is beautiful beyond any expectations. Kudos for constan twitter.com t flow of coffee, reusable mugs, bingo and tattoos! Also thanks to wonderful GSA organizers and stuff for being so friendly to our little one.
Zoo Lab No. 1 @zoolab1🔁I'm starting my lab at the University of Rochester this summer & I'm recruiting a postdoc & a lab tech! If you're interested in popgen with pedigrees please come talk to me at
Sonia Hall @SoniaHall🔁I’m left with only one word after presentation by @foodskop
Cristy Gelling @CristyGelling🔁 connections we found
plane’s brakes not yet fixed
tracey depellegrin @editor_traceyd🔁connections we found
plane’s brakes not yet fixed
Sonia Hall @SoniaHall🔁be conscious about a student’s background - connect the similarities to harness the power of a great mentor.
Smiling Neuron @NeuroSmiley🔁I once gave an eQTL talk in Paris, and realized a month later that all of the amazing results I presented were spurious and due to a wrongly specified parameter in my short read aligner.
Sonia Hall @SoniaHall🔁@foodskop - Search for similarities to build relationships to improve lab and classroom environments #PEQG18 #NewFaculty
Lauren M McIntyre @LaurenMMcIntyr1🔁 Humble hen lays eggs
but detriment to legs
Genetics can help
My talk tomorrow at #PEQG18 #sciku
Lauren M McIntyre @LaurenMMcIntyr1🔁Nice talk on heterosis by at . I would recommend and for related work on predicting ncbi.nlm.nih.gov heterosis with SNP data doi.org
Joseph Ross @rossbiology🔁Goodbye Madison & - I hardly knew you (but I did witness your beauty!) Glad will be in my old stomping grounds of t twitter.com he metro D.C. area
Fabio Navarro @FNavarroBioInfo🔁. showing really (really) old TEs still polymorphic in A thaliana. Show trans-specific polymorphism, associated with flowering time & environment.
April Wei @AprilWei001🔁#sciku
#PEQG18 is wonderful
Madison is beautiful
Cristy Gelling @CristyGelling🔁Bye #PEQG18! It was such a pleasure to hang out with this community, eavesdrop on your amazing science, and read your barrage of #sciku.
Dmitri Petrov @PetrovADmitri🔁 Gary Churchill: trans-eQTL bands seem to all be shifts in cell populations. #PEQG18
Trisha Wittkopp @twittkopp🔁Waiting to board a flight to Madison for Carroll lab reunion and reading all the farewell to posts from colleagues twitter.com I would have loved to catch up with.
Naturalist Hathaway @weiNWyuan🔁Great meeting #PEQG18. Nurturing community, great talks, and lots food for thoughts both scientifically and scholarly.
Vince Buffalo @vsbuffalo🔁Overall was definitely the best meeting I’ve been to. I’m fully energized by all the awesome science, brilliant folk twitter.com s I’ve met, and great conversations I’ve had. Thanks to for all the hard work to make it happen!
Tyler Starr @tylernstarr🔁 TF binding networks incredibly intertwined: 90% of binding sites for one TF fam one nucleotide mut away from binding site for another TF fam!?
LittleSquirrel @noccaea🔁Awesome life lessons from We are scientists but we are also human. Publications are packaged stories and it's important to remember that there are other stories behind those
Paul Petrowski @pfpetrowski🔁 Feeling so lucky to have so many friendly, smart, fun colleagues in our field. Also feeling a tad bit hungover #PEQG18
Sam Widmayer @sam_widmayer🔁 Big thanks to @GeneticsGSA and organizers for an amazing meeting. Already looking forward to 2020. #PEQG18
Dmitri Petrov @PetrovADmitri🔁Last morning in Madison after a fantastic . Look forward to seeing everyone again in DC for .
Andrew Kern @pastramimachine🔁Feeling so lucky to have so many friendly, smart, fun colleagues in our field. Also feeling a tad bit hungover #PEQG18
Dmitri Petrov @PetrovADmitri🔁 selection matters!
migration also matters!
HIV is hard!
#sciku #PEQG18 @AlisonFeder
Dmitri Petrov @PetrovADmitri🔁 the neutral theory
does not fit the data well
cherry blossoms fall
The Sciku Project @thescikuproject🔁I love that #PEQG18 has asked it's attendees to tweet #sciku What a great game for a conference! twitter.com
Rebekah L. Rogers @evolscientist🔁Glad to be headed home, but thanks for a great meeting!!! Wonderful talks and nice to see old friends. #PEQG18
Elhan Ersoz @geneticsOD🔁HAF-pipe: haplotypes
make pooled allele frequencies
accurate, mo’ money mo’ reps biorxiv.org
The Sciku Project @thescikuproject🔁I can't enter the (because I'm a judge), but here's my Omnigenetic anyway in the hopes you'll join me:
Nothing matters much.
But since it's all connected,
Vincent J Lynch 🐘🦇🐋 @DevoEvoMed🔁Want to learn more about the Golden Girls of Mice - Blanche and Rose (not Grace)? See jax.org