- Launching the #LatinxInStat database!!!
Launching the #LatinxInStat #LatinxInDataSci database @AmstatNews @WIDiscovery @WomenInStat 🪅— Claudia Solís-Lemus (@solislemuslab) October 11, 2022
Latinx in stat/DS/ML, please add yourself to the database: https://t.co/Nue3QCWjrL
All, please use this db for a more diverse representation of speakers when organizing conferences😊 https://t.co/EjkSzulOo4
- Launching the @latinxinstem TikTok account to promote Latinx scientists and to promote El Zoominario:
- I write to inform all that George Tiley and I resigned to the position of editor of the Frontiers Rising Stars in Reticulate Evolution special edition.
In Jan, I was excited to invite people to the Frontiers Rising Stars ⭐️ special edition on reticulate evolution that I was co-editing with George Tiley (no twitter).— Claudia Solís-Lemus (@solislemuslab) April 6, 2022
Unfortunately, George and I grew tired of some bizarre editorial practices in Frontiers. 1/3 https://t.co/gO2paPoxTP
- Incredibly grateful to receive an NSF CAREER award!
Incredibly grateful that my NSF CAREER "Towards Scalable and Robust Inference of Phylogenetic Networks" will be funded 🥳🎉. New positions available in the lab soon! #newPI— Claudia Solís-Lemus (@solislemuslab) January 25, 2022
Thanks for the WID news on my NSF CAREER award!
Thanks to Frontiers for asking me to co-edit this special edition on Rising Stars in Phylogenetics, Phylogenomics, and Systematics: Reticulate Patterns and Processes of Molecular Evolution with George Tiley. People who are ECRs and work on phylogenetic networks should consider participating!
- Thanks to @mujeres.haciendo.ciencia for inviting me to publish about me and about my work. Very honored!
Thanks to Nadya from WORT radio program “En Nuestro Patio” for interviewing me about my efforts in science communication and diversity in STEM. People can listen to the recording in the “Audio Archives” of Tuesday November 16th, 2021 7pm CT here
Thanks to PBS Meet the Lab for featuring the Solis-Lemus lab as Data Decoders
Thanks @WomenInStat for inviting me to curate the twitter account the week of Sept 13-17, 2021
This week, our #RoCur is @solislemuslab of @uwmadison! #WSDS #Statistics #DataScience— Women in Statistics and Data Science (@WomenInStat) September 13, 2021
Claudia is an Assistant Professor whose research deals with modern #bigdata which is highly interconnected through graphical structures.
💻 https://t.co/pQm2ZnpfFf pic.twitter.com/VMSgSUuMfJ
As Latinx in Stat, I want to focus today on Latinx visibility and amplifying Latinx voices. Excited to introduce #LatinxInStat #LatinxInDataSci 🎉🎉🎉— Women in Statistics and Data Science (@WomenInStat) September 13, 2021
Please introduce yourself 👋 and tag others. Feel free to reply in any language.
I'll start 👇
What I ❤️ about #JuliaLang: It is fast, fast, fast!— Women in Statistics and Data Science (@WomenInStat) September 14, 2021
And so easy to create readable and efficient code.
Julia users, let's share the love and @JuliaLanguage resources for Data Science for the community!
I'll start 👇 https://t.co/idynpEAJq1
Day 1: #LatinxInStat #LatinxInDataSci visibility ✔️— Women in Statistics and Data Science (@WomenInStat) September 16, 2021
Day 2: #JuliaLang for DataSci ✔️
Day 3: #Reproducibility and best computing practices ✔️
Today, which person are you?
a. I love graphical abstracts
b. I hate graphical abstracts
c. What are graphical abstracts?
Today is complaint day!— Women in Statistics and Data Science (@WomenInStat) September 17, 2021
As interdisciplinary stat, I get rejected a lot: "not real stat" for stat journals; "too math-y" for domain journals.
Anyone else has also felt in between? 👋
Let's share stories or strategies in the world of interdisciplinary stat!
I'll start 👇 https://t.co/YYw8pQRTVC
Thanks for a great week!— Women in Statistics and Data Science (@WomenInStat) September 18, 2021
Day 1: #LatinxInStat visibility
Day 2: #JuliaLang for DataSci
Day 3: #Reproducibility & computing practices
Day 4: Sci comm practices
Day 5: The in-betweenness of interdisciplinary stat
On our last day, let's open the floor to connect as community
Thank you all for a great week @WomenInStat!— Women in Statistics and Data Science (@WomenInStat) September 19, 2021
Let's keep our #LatinxInStat and #LatinxInDataSci community connected! I will initiate the creation a database for us all in coordination with @_Rob_Santos and @AmstatNews. Stay tuned (and patient, it might be slow)!
Gracias 😊 https://t.co/0wJpxclntK
Gracias ClubEcoEvo Latinoamérica por la invitación a dar una platica (en español) de mi investigación: YouTube
- Two talks at JuliaCon2021 from the lab:
Thanks GROW magazine for featuring me in an article in the Summer 2021 edition!
Thanks WID for featuring me in the #WomenHistoryMonth 1-minute chats on YouTube
Thank you for inviting me to join the Editorial Board of Phylogenetics, Phylogenomics, and Systematics as Review Editor for Frontiers in Ecology and Evolution
- The Solis-Lemus lab helped plant 5 trees by holding lab meetings in whereby in February!
Short tutorial for WI Fast Stats on YouTube
Student poll during my phylogenetic class: what software have you used? (January 26, 2021)
The SNaQ paper (Solis-Lemus et al, 2017) was included in the PLOS Genetics Top 10% curated collection!
Julia workshop for Data Science organized by CIMAT on October 26-27, 2020. Thank you Leticia Ramirez for inviting me! Details here
Thank you Cedarburg Public library for inviting me to give a talk at the NEA Big Read: Ozaukee County 2020
Recruiting a postdoc! Details here. To apply, send me an email with CV, short research statement (<=1 page), and github username. Subject “Postdoc application”.
Thanks for the invitation to give a talk at the 1st virtual meeting of Systematics, Biogeography and Evolution (SBE) on phylogenetic networks. See talk here
Thank you to Deisy Angarita and Andres Cuervo from Universidad Nacional de Colombia for inviting me to their phylogenetics class (via zoom)!
Congratulations to Zhaoyi Zhang for winning the Hilldale Faculty/Undergraduate Research Fellowship of UW-Madison!
Honored to have been elected to become part of the SSB Council! My 3-year term as Council member will start on January 2021
Thanks to Mackenzie Krumme for the article about me at the Wisconsin Alumni Association website
Excited to join the Badger Talks