Reprodubility, computing practices and open science

Learning Julia

Learning Statistics


Courses

Summer 2022

Spring 2022

  • Introduction to Statistics for Defense Attorneys (WI public defenders): website
  • Botany 563 Phylogenetic Analysis of Molecular Data: website; 3 credits; WF 2:30-3:45pm
  • Plant Path 875 Readings in Phylogenomics: website; 1 credit; W 4:30-5:20pm

Fall 2021

BME 780 Guest lecture: Statistical phylogenomics

STAT 609/849 Guest lecture: Statistical methods for biological applications (Oct 19)

Summer 2021

Virtual species delimitation workshop at the National Museum of Natural History (NMNH); August 16-19, 2021. iBPP wiki, YouTube video

Spring 2021

  • Botany 563 Phylogenetic Analysis of Molecular Data: website; 3 credits; TR 1:00-2:15pm (virtual over zoom)
  • Plant Path 875 Readings in Phylogenomics: website; 1 credit; F 8:55-9:45am (virtual over zoom)

Julia para Ciencias de Datos organized by Seminario de Investigacion de la Escuela de Estadistica de la Universidad de Los Andes, Merida, Venezuela. Github

Julia workshop for Data Science co-organized with Doug Bates for the 2021 Data Science Research Bazaar on February 10th, 2021. GitHub

Fall 2020

Mexicanas en Ciencias de Datos: Julia workshop for Data Science. github

STAT 609/849 Guest lecture: Statistical methods for biological applications (Oct 1) pdf

2019

Woods Hole: Faculty member of the Marine Biological Laboratory workshop on Molecular Evolution. Lecture and tutorial on phylogenetic networks. Woods Hole, USA.

2016:

Botany 563: Guest lecture on Introduction to phylogenetic networks


Tutorials

2019

  • Nantucket developR: Tutorial on best computing practices using R: mindful programming. Notes from other instructors here.

  • Molecular Evolution Workshop at Woods Hole: Tutorial on inference of phylogenetic networks using Julia package: PhyloNetworks. Links above in Courses.

2016

  • Instituto de Biología - UNAM: Introduction to PhyloNetworks and SNaQ: Same tutorial as in Evolution 2016, links below.

  • Evolution: Phylogenomics symposium and software school: Introduction to PhyloNetworks and SNaQ


Other teaching experience

Teaching Assistant (UW-Madison)

  • Summer 2014 PhD qualifier Summer camp
  • Spring 2013 Introduction to Biostatistics for Population Health II (BIOSTAT 552) (professor Ron Gangnon)
  • Fall 2012 Introduction to Biostatistics for Population Health I (BIOSTAT 551) (professor Ron Gangnon)
  • Spring 2012 Introduction to Biostatistics for Population Health II (BIOSTAT 552) (professor Ron Gangnon)
  • Fall 2011 Introduction to Biostatistics for Population Health I (BIOSTAT 551) (professor Ron Gangnon)
  • Summer 2011 Introduction to Statistical Methods (STAT 301) (professor Kam Wah Tsui)
  • Spring 2011 Introduction to Statistical Methods (STAT 301) (professor Kevin Packard)
  • Fall 2010 Introduction to Theory and Methods of Mathematical Statistics I (STAT 311) (professor Zhengjun Zhang)

Instructor (ITAM)

  • Summer 2010 Advanced Algebra
  • Spring 2010 Calculus II
  • Fall 2009 Calculus III
  • Fall 2009 Actuarial Mathematics I
  • Spring 2010 Actuarial Mathematics I
  • Fall 2009 Actuarial Mathematics III
  • Spring 2010 Actuarial Mathematics III

Past Mentoring

For members of Solis-Lemus lab, see People

2019
  • Software Development Project, Fast reconstruction and visualization of phylogenetic networks, Harnoor Singh and Naman Kanwar – Georgia State University.
2018
  • Software Development Project, Julia package for GAMuT test, Anna Voss - Emory University
  • Statistics Senior Honors Thesis, GWAS data analysis for epilepsy, Mengtong Hu - Emory University
2016
  • Software Development Project, Parallelization of SNaQ in PhyloNetworks, Josh McGrath - University of Wisconsin-Madison
  • Undergraduate Research Scholar, Computing tools for bayesian phylogenetic inference, Jordan Vonderwell - University of Wisconsin-Madison
  • Statistics Senior Honors Thesis, Computing tools and performance of PhyloNetworks, Nan Ji - University of Wisconsin-Madison
2015
  • Statistics Senior Honors Thesis, Inconsistency of species-tree methods under gene flow, Mengyao Yang – University of Wisconsin-Madison
  • Integrated Biological Sciences Summer Research Program, Visualizing inferred phylogenetic networks in Julia, John Spaw – University of Wisconsin-Madison
2014
  • Integrated Biological Sciences Summer Research Program, Using quartets to estimate phylogenetic networks, John Malloy – University of Wisconsin-Madison.