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  • Who the heck runs this place?

    So I've started this forum based on a user suggestion as a place for people to introduce themselves and start to get to know other users....I'll go first!

    My name is Eric, I founded this site. My formal introduction is here... http://seqanswers.com/index.php?pageid=about

    ...my main areas of scientific interest are genotype-phenotype relationships in humans, whether that be complex diseases or simple traits. I did my graduate work on chromosome engineering using phage integrases/recombinases, which still holds a lot of my interest.

    I also like to think of myself as a budding bioinformaticist, I have made a fairly serious solo effort to teach myself perl/php/mysql and find it extremely useful in my day to day work for manipulating and analyzing data.

    I'm currently working in an industrial environment (not at any next-gen related company) in southern California. I have collaborations that are utilizing next gen sequencing and I am excited to begin working directly with the data.

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