Daniel has been named a 2021 Sloan Research Fellow! We are very grateful for the honor and support. April Hunt has a very nice writeup of what this award means for the group. For more on the fellowships in general, see the Sloan Foundation’s press release.
Congratulations to lab member Brent Allman on being inducted into the Edward A. Bouchet Graduate Honor Society! The society is a national network of graduate students with outstanding scholarship and commitment to promoting diversity. As part of his membership, he will be participating in the national conference.
Congratulations to lab member Brent Allman on receiving the Kharen Fulton award for his leadership in promoting diversity, equity, inclusion!
Congratulations to lab member Brent Allman on being named the PBEE student of the year!
Forget Simons Investigator – Daniel’s an official “Crumble Master” now. His “Hopeful Monsters” (whole-wheat chocolate chip cookies, mom’s recipe) have won the 2017 Biology Bakeoff!
Daniel has been named a Simons Investigator in the Mathematical Modeling of Living Systems! This means we have more money to hire postdocs with, so please get in touch if you’re interested.
Congratulations to the first alum from the group, Caroline Holmes! Caroline received her honors BS in Physics in May, and is headed to Princeton for grad school. She’s a star – co-first author on a groundbreaking paper and a McMullan Award winner. Look for more from her soon!
We’re growing! If you’re looking to do a PhD or postdoc in theoretical evolution/population biophysics, please send me an email. Or if you know someone who might be interested, please tell them to get in touch!