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I am a graduate student in Ecology, Evolution, and Behaviour at the University of Texas at Austin.  I work with Dr. Lauren Ancel Meyers and Dr. Mark Kirkpatrick.  My research questions fall under the headings of molecular and theoretical population genetics and mathematical epidemiology.  Currently, I am focused on three lines of investigation: Optimizing Provider Recruitment for Public Health Surveillance Networks, Polyploidy and Diversification in Angiosperms, and Sex Chromosome Evolution in Xiphophorus.  I am also broadly interested in statistical modeling and as a result have worked on a number of exciting projects including: heritable, epigenetic modifications in rats, models of spatiotemporal variation in phenology, and estimating epidemiological parameters early in an outbreak (2009 H1N1).  I plan to complete my dissertation research in spring 2013 and hope to begin postdoctoral work in late-summer or early fall 2013.
I am a graduate student in Ecology, Evolution, and Behaviour at the University of Texas at Austin.  I work with Dr. Lauren Ancel Meyers and Dr. Mark Kirkpatrick.  My research questions fall under the headings of molecular and theoretical population genetics and mathematical epidemiology.  Currently, I am focused on three lines of investigation: Optimizing Provider Recruitment for Public Health Surveillance Networks, Polyploidy and Diversification in Angiosperms, and Sex Chromosome Evolution in Xiphophorus.  I am also broadly interested in statistical modeling and as a result have worked on a number of exciting projects including: heritable, epigenetic modifications in rats, models of spatiotemporal variation in phenology, and estimating epidemiological parameters early in an outbreak (2009 H1N1).  I plan to complete my dissertation research in spring 2013 and hope to begin postdoctoral work in late-summer or early fall 2013.

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  • Samuel V. Scarpino
  • The University of Texas at Austin
  • 1 University Station C0930
  • Section of Integrative Biology
  • Austin, TX USA
  • Email me through OpenWetWare

I am a graduate student in Ecology, Evolution, and Behaviour at the University of Texas at Austin. I work with Dr. Lauren Ancel Meyers and Dr. Mark Kirkpatrick. My research questions fall under the headings of molecular and theoretical population genetics and mathematical epidemiology. Currently, I am focused on three lines of investigation: Optimizing Provider Recruitment for Public Health Surveillance Networks, Polyploidy and Diversification in Angiosperms, and Sex Chromosome Evolution in Xiphophorus. I am also broadly interested in statistical modeling and as a result have worked on a number of exciting projects including: heritable, epigenetic modifications in rats, models of spatiotemporal variation in phenology, and estimating epidemiological parameters early in an outbreak (2009 H1N1). I plan to complete my dissertation research in spring 2013 and hope to begin postdoctoral work in late-summer or early fall 2013.

Education

  • PhD Candidate, The University of Texas at Austin - Section of Integrative Biology: Ecology, Evolution, Behaviour
  • BSc, honors, in Biology Indiana University 2007

Research interests

  1. Population Genetics
  2. Epidemiology
  3. Sex Chromosome Evolution
  4. Sexual Selection

Publications

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  1. Error fetching PMID 22511860: [Scarpino_et_al_2012]
  2. Error fetching PMID 22615374: [Crews_et_al_2012]
  3. Error fetching PMID 21962971: [Otto_et_al_2011]
  4. Error fetching PMID 21124927: [Caillaud_et_al_2010]
  5. Error fetching PMID 20124026: [Kirkpatrick_et_al_2010]
  6. Error fetching PMID 19702583: [Pourbohloul_et_al_2009]
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