What I’ve Been Up To
What I Talk About
- change is good?
- comics say it best
- correlation does not equal causation
- did we get bought out by China?
- don't drag your kids into your misguided beliefs
- evolution isn't up for debate
- excuse me while i swoon
- genetics is not evil
- giant microbes
- go gophers!
- happily ever after
- i'm a nerd
- i also like the NIH
- ignorant people bother me
- i like my job
- i miss minneapolis
- i tend to be excitable
- i want some freakin' popcorn
- just one thing?!
- love and marriage
- my bridesmaids will be barefoot
- my God i'm prepared
- oh yeah the GRE
- please let me into grad school
- stem cells!!!
- syracuse is not a real city
- syracuse is nothing like home
- Thanks Margaret Sanger
- the CDC is da bomb
- the internet is not your homeboy
- theory is not a four-letter word
- troubleshooting PCR sucks
- two does not equal four
- vaccinate your children
- woo!!! research!!!
- yes i do have opinions
Category Archives: Uncategorized
Can you buy individual potatoes? As I just discovered while trying to make a baked potato, I really can’t go through a 3 lb bag before they go bad. **Side note: I am easily distracted. Just finished uploading my brother’s … Continue reading
I’ve been thinking about marriage a lot lately. My little brother is getting married on Friday, good friends from middle school (!!) got married in June, friends from college got married on July 3rd, and I just went to another … Continue reading
Well hello there new layout. (And yes, that’s my beloved Minneapolis in the header there.) So this week I decided to double check on all my potential graduate schools and make sure that there are no prerequsite course requirements that … Continue reading
Today’s article: “The Cancer Genome”
Citation: Stratton MR, Campbell PJ, Futreal PA. The Cancer Genome. Nature. 2009 April 9; 458(7239) 719-724
This is a GREAT review article related to the Cancer Genome Project. It discusses the progression of genetic alterations in cancer and the implications of that progression. If you are interested in cancer, and can get your hands on it, I recommend reading it. Continue reading