Professional, University of Virginia, School of Data Science
I am a biophysicist interested in integrating research and education workflows with the World Wide Web, particularly through open licensing, open standards, open collaboration, public version histories and forkability. With research activities spanning from the subcellular to the organismic level, from fossils to developing embryos, from biodiversity informatics to data science more broadly and how this all fits with sustainable development, I experienced multiple shades of the research cycle and a variety of approaches to collaboration, sharing and reproducibility in research contexts. I have also been contributing to Wikipedia and its sister projects for almost two decades and am actively engaged in increasing the interactions between the Wikimedia and research communities, particularly around Wikidata. All of this informs my current activities as a data scientist at the University of Virginia.
In a video conferencing call...
...I am happy to talk about my research.
...I can show live experiments or equipment, e.g. Reusing open data, e.g. detection of gravitational waves
...I am happy to answer questions about university and career-related questions.
...I am happy to moderate a discussion.
...I am happy to speak to others (e.g. to journalists, museums).
Related School Subjects
Biology, Computer Science, Ethics, Languages, Physics, Interdisciplinary
English, French, German, Russian