Allison Shultz (@ajshultz622 )

Allison Shultz



Bio Bioinformatics scientist at Harvard, and soon to be Curator of Birds at the NHMLA, broadly interested in bird genomics and coloration
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Account created 29-10-2011 00:02:33
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Twitter Web Client : Museum researchers - come join the vibrant EvBio community in Chicago as Director of Research / Curator at the Field Museum. Great opportunity at a world class institution in a fantastic city! fieldmuseum.org/about/careers

iPhone : Love this so much. Women face many barriers to field work, initiatives like this can help even the playing field #womeninSTEM twitter.com/RosemaryWardle…

iPhone : Did you know that theres a new species of Antbird? Read all about it in this open access #ornithology paper in the Auk:

A new species of antbird (Passeriformes: Thamnophilidae) from the Cordillera Azul, San Martín, Peru

bioone.org/doi/full/10.16…

iPhone : We seek to hire a Bird Collection Manager at #UMMZ. Includes possibility of cross-appointment as a Research Scientist in #UMich_EEB. Please RT this exciting job opportunity for an ornithologist passionate about museum collections. Details: tinyurl.com/y7cvbtwp

iPhone : Is your R code slow? Here are a few easy tricks I have learned over the years to speed it up. I'm sure there are others. Chime in! #rstats #TuesdayCodeDay

1) Plug in your laptop - your Intel processor will run faster

en.wikipedia.org/wiki/SpeedStep

iPhone : USDA bans on imports of untreated bird tissues from many countries limit gene expression studies. Treatment no bueno for RNAseq work (RNAlater not an appr’ved treatment). Once again Oxford Nanopore is removing barriers to science. Who will do first RNAseq in a field lab? Matthew McKim Louder ? twitter.com/mitenjain/stat…

iPhone : Applications for the best postdoc ever just opened: two year Smith Fellows in conservation $55K/yr salary + total of 8K for travel and $32K for research. Massive freedom to work on what you think is cool. Highly prestigious.
conbio.org/mini-sites/smi…