User:Jason E. Stajich

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I am a postdoc at [http://www.berkeley.edu UC Berkeley] in the laboratory of [http://pmb.berkeley.edu/~taylor John Taylor] and funded through the [http://millerinstitute.berkeley.edu Miller Institute at Berkeley]. I am interested in comparative genomics of fungi to understand evolutionary processes generating population and species level variation.  My pages at [http://bioperl.org/wiki/Jason_Stajich BioPerl], [http://pmb.berkeley.edu/~taylor/people/js.html Berkeley], and former page at [http://www.duke.edu/~jes12 Duke],  provide more information about specific research questions I am pursuing.
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I am an [http://stajichlab.fungalgenomes.org/home Assistant Professor] at [http://www.ucr.edu UC Riverside] in [http://plantpathology.ucr.edu/ Plant Pathology & Microbiology].
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I was a postdoc at [http://www.berkeley.edu UC Berkeley] in the laboratory of [http://pmb.berkeley.edu/~taylor John Taylor] and funded through the [http://millerinstitute.berkeley.edu Miller Institute at Berkeley] and prior to that I was a graduate student at Duke University, [http://upg.duke.edu Program in Genetics and Genomics].
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I am interested in comparative genomics of fungi to understand evolutionary processes generating population and species level variation.  My pages at [http://bioperl.org/wiki/Jason_Stajich BioPerl], [http://pmb.berkeley.edu/~taylor/people/js.html Berkeley], and former page at [http://www.duke.edu/~jes12 Duke],  provide more information about specific research questions I am pursuing.
I also [http://fungalgenomes.org/blog blog] about fungal genome analyses and datasets and provide a [http://fungalgenomes.org/wiki wiki] for genome information and our research.
I also [http://fungalgenomes.org/blog blog] about fungal genome analyses and datasets and provide a [http://fungalgenomes.org/wiki wiki] for genome information and our research.

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I am an Assistant Professor at UC Riverside in Plant Pathology & Microbiology.

I was a postdoc at UC Berkeley in the laboratory of John Taylor and funded through the Miller Institute at Berkeley and prior to that I was a graduate student at Duke University, Program in Genetics and Genomics.

I am interested in comparative genomics of fungi to understand evolutionary processes generating population and species level variation. My pages at BioPerl, Berkeley, and former page at Duke, provide more information about specific research questions I am pursuing.

I also blog about fungal genome analyses and datasets and provide a wiki for genome information and our research.

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