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Author Archives: Jennifer Stearns
The microbiome working group is a drop in space to support anyone working with microbiome data who feels that they could use some advice or instruction. The intent is for people to help each other and everyone who uses the … Continue reading
Every paper on the infant microbiome starts with known determinants… infant diet (formula or breastfeeding), oral antibiotic use and delivery method. But a new paper just out from Kjersti Aagaard’s group, who you may remember as the placental microbiome folks, … Continue reading
Analysis of the microbiome over time is hard. You can treat the abundance of each bacterial taxa as a separate outcome and look at them all individually but then you lose interactions between them. Worse yet, you can treat each measurement … Continue reading
Journal club continues this year with a powerpoint presentation and discussion from 3 – 4 pm in MUMC 3N10A, then continuing the discussion at the Phoenix for those who are interested. See the schedule here and sign up for empty spots! A … Continue reading
As the Microbiome Working Group picks up momentum we’ve needed to move to bigger rooms to facilitate more than one discussion at a time. I would like to congratulate everyone who participated so far and welcome you keep the momentum going … Continue reading
Today’s journal club discussion was about how to stay on top of the literature for your field. To me there are three parts to this question: How do you find out about new papers then what do you do store these … Continue reading
We’re starting the year off by discussing a new paper out this month on metagenomic data analysis (Darling et al. 2014 PeerJ 2:e243). Members of the Matsen and Eisen labs came together to explore methods for phylogenetic-based microbial community analysis and the result … Continue reading
Two pitchers later we’d only gotten through the first figure. Here are the notes but I spent more time discussing than typing so they’re incomplete. Does anyone have a suggestion for the next paper?