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I'm Vince Buffalo, a Ph.D. student in Graham Coop's lab studying evolutionary and population genetics at UC Davis in the Center for Population Biology. Previously, I worked as a bioinformatician at the UC Davis Genome Center and in the Dubcovsky and Ross-Ibarra labs. I wrote Bioinformatics Data Skills published by O'Reilly Media in July 2015. I use statistics, probability, and computers to learn about evolution. » read more

On this website, you can read my blog the blind play of genes, read about my research, or explore my digital notes.

latest blog post

Graham Coop, Steve Mount, and my preprint A Genealogical Look at Shared Ancestry on the X Chromosome has been recently been posted on bioRxiv. In the spirit of both outreach and continuing Graham’s terrific series of blog posts1 on genetic genealogy, I’m writing about our paper on X chromosome genealogy and recent ancestry. continue reading→