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I'm a first-year Ph.D. student at the University of Georgia in the Institute of Bioinformatics. I'm working in the [http://esbg.bmb.uga.edu/ Evolutionary Systems Biology Group] where we're doing a number of things related to the evolution of protein kinases, including molecular dynamics and phylogeny of key regions in the kinase domain.
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I'm a fifth-year Ph.D. student at the University of Georgia in the Institute of Bioinformatics.
  
My Summer of Code project is building a [http://www.phyloxml.org/ phyloXML]] parser and writer for [http://biopython.org/ Biopython], similar to what [[Dianaj]] is doing for [[Bioruby]]. The GSoC abstract is [http://socghop.appspot.com/student_project/show/google/gsoc2009/nescent/t124022798969 here], and the project page is [[PhyloSoC:Biopython support for parsing and writing phyloXML|here]].
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As a Summer of Code 2009 student I built a [http://www.phyloxml.org/ phyloXML]] parser and writer for [http://biopython.org/ Biopython], similar to what [[Dianaj]] did for [[Bioruby]]. The GSoC abstract is [http://socghop.appspot.com/student_project/show/google/gsoc2009/nescent/t124022798969 here], and the project page is [[PhyloSoC:Biopython support for parsing and writing phyloXML|here]]. This work grew into Biopython's Bio.Phylo module.
  
 
My homepage: [http://eric.talevich.com/]
 
My homepage: [http://eric.talevich.com/]
  
 
My blog: [http://etalog.blogspot.com/]
 
My blog: [http://etalog.blogspot.com/]
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My tweets: [http://twitter.com/etalevich]
  
 
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I'm a fifth-year Ph.D. student at the University of Georgia in the Institute of Bioinformatics.

As a Summer of Code 2009 student I built a phyloXML] parser and writer for Biopython, similar to what Dianaj did for Bioruby. The GSoC abstract is here, and the project page is here. This work grew into Biopython's Bio.Phylo module.

My homepage: [1]

My blog: [2]

My tweets: [3]