Goodbye 2014!

Retrospective blog post time, yet again! 2014 was a fine year. Most of the year was spent on that pesky dissertation work and trying to find a job, but I did sneak up north to Maine and Calgary, south to D.C. to pester members of Congress with Citizens’ Climate Lobby, and did a ton of hiking around New York City.

I’m also happy to report that our review of using high throughput sequencing with museum specimens has been published in the Journal of Human Evolution. Our lab has a ton of data in the pipeline, so 2015 is going to more than make up for the slow year.

I’ve been updating this blog for over two and a half years, though the frequency of posts is inversely correlated with time dedicated to thesis writing. Over 40,000 people visited, including from Greenland (finally!). Here’s to a fun and productive 2015!


Happy 2015!

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