|Website:||Friedman Lab of Evolutionary Neuroscience|
|Blog:||My Blog on WikiEducator|
|Employer:||Mount Sinai School of Medicine|
|Other roles:||Student (Columbia University)|
Hi! I'm AFriedman, the avatar and pseudonym of an evolutionary biologist from New York, USA. I'm very active on the English Wikiversity. Currently I'm using my Wikiversity Userpage to experiment with the idea of making academic-type research more open-access. I'm especially interested in developing Internet resources for researchers at the student and amateur level. Here is a page about some of the existing resources.
My research program currently has two main components: using the program HMMER to study the evolution of G-protein coupled receptors in sequenced animal genomes, and comparing the evolution of the nervous system by studying cell type evolution and homology.
- Comparative neuroscience
- Invertebrate zoology
- Marine biology
- Computer Science
- Introduction to Computer Science
- Introduction to Programming in Java
- Discrete Mathematics
Welcome back, Anne. I'm looking forward to "seeing" how your userpage and projects develop. --Nellie Deutsch 10:24, 24 June 2009 (UTC)
(: Congratulations, Anne. Well done! You are now a certified WikiBuddy. Warm regards --Patricia 01:16, 23 February 2009 (UTC))
(: Dear Anne. Great start for a first day. Keep adding content. You are on your way. Warm regards --Patricia 18:38, 27 January 2009 (UTC))
Welcome to Wikieducator. You are off to a great start, Ann. Thank you for adding your username to the following page: http://www.wikieducator.org/EL4C19_User_Pages --Nellie Deutsch 14:58, 30 January 2009 (UTC)
- Great to see you back, Anne. I like what you added to your page.