And I’m looking for great people to join the team! We’re currently at population one: me. To be fair, we had a population of two during the summer, because Jarrod Shilts was tearing it up analyzing circadian gene expression in human cancer.
If you’re hard-working, enthusiastic, and <insert more positive adjectives here, but not too many> and interested in using computation to understand biology and improve human health, particularly in the context of circadian rhythms and sleep, please get in touch!
Hopefully now it won’t feel so weird having that “hughey_lab” folder on my computer.