Posts Tagged ‘cv57’

Biosketch Research Support section D from guidelines

Friday, October 12th, 2018

D. Additional Information: Research Support

QT:{{”
These instructions apply to all applicants who are completing the “Research Support” section.

List ongoing and completed research projects from the past three years that you want to draw attention to. Briefly indicate the overall goals of the projects and your responsibilities. Do not include the number of person months or direct costs.

Do not confuse “Research Support” with “Other Support.” Other Support information is not collected at the time of application submission. “}}

GitHub – ejfertig/NSFBiosketch: R markdown file to extract list of collaborators and affiliations from pubmed for NSF biosketch

Monday, August 28th, 2017

https://github.com/ejfertig/NSFBiosketch

Archives | HCR Clarivate Analytics

Monday, November 21st, 2016

Thomson Reuters HIGHLY CITED RESEARCHERS (HCR) List

ON:
2016_HCR_as_of_November_16_2016.xlsx
2015_HCR_as_of_December_1_2015.xlsx
2014_HCR_as_of_September_8_2015.xlsx
2014_HCR_List_as_of_December_31_2014.xlsx

2016 HCR List as of November 16 2016
2015 HCR List as of December 1 2015
2014 HCR List as of December 31 2014
2014 HCR as of September 8 2015

NOT-ON:
2001_HCR_List_as_of_December_31_2001.xlsx
2001_HCR_as_of_September_8_2015.xlsx

2001 HCR List as of December 31 2001
2001 HCR as of September 8 2015

http://hcr.stateofinnovation.thomsonreuters.com/page/archives http://hcr.stateofinnovation.thomsonreuters.com/

Steven Girvin, Robert Schoelkopf, and Nikhil Padmanabhan among the most influential scientific minds of 2015 | Department of Physics

Sunday, February 21st, 2016

MG mentioned on
http://physics.yale.edu/news/steven-girvin-robert-schoelkopf-and-nikhil-padmanabhan-among-most-influential-scientific-minds Thomson Reuter’s
THE WORLD’S MOST INFLUENTIAL SCIENTIFIC MINDS 2015
in 2 categories: Biochem & Genetics

Gerstein Lab Highlights in 2015

Sunday, January 31st, 2016

I recently had to complete my 2015 Faculty Activity Report (FAR), summarizing key lab “activities” of last year. (Sounds a bit like summer camp.)

Here are some excerpts:

* A full updated CV describing my lab’s activities (in too much detail):

http://archive.gersteinlab.org/public-docs/2016/01.31/cv57/M-Gerstein-Full-CV-28Jan16-publ.pdf

* This is mostly based on compiling the people in the lab in ’15 & the papers they’ve worked on :

http://archive.gersteinlab.org/public-docs/2016/01.31/cv57/papers-page-dump-28Jan16/
http://archive.gersteinlab.org/public-docs/2016/01.31/cv57/people-page-dump-28Jan16/

There’s also an update on lectures in ’15:
http://lectures.gersteinlab.org/summary/

* Finally, I’ve done little write up of some highlights, viz:

Highlights for 2015 include a number of technical computational biology papers, discussing such things as structural variant breakpoint analysis, regulatory network characterization in terms of logical circuits, and the identification of recurrent cancer variants. We also participated in some major consortium papers (1000G, PsychENCODE, and TCGA Prostate & Kidney) and had some popular-interest pieces (eg a SF Chronicle op-ed on website regulation). There were a few important lectures (eg keynote at Genome Informatics ’15). Finally, we received new grants such as the renewal of the Yale CMG sequencing center.

(Private link, with authentication only for my reference:
http://facultyadmin.yale.edu/far/mark-gerstein)