Current courses

Botany 563; Spring, 2016

Guest lecture: Introduction to phylogenetic networks

Tutorials

Instituto de Biología - UNAM

Introduction to PhyloNetworks and SNaQ

Same tutorial as in Evolution 2016, links below.

Evolution 2016

Phylogenomics symposium and software school: Introduction to PhyloNetworks and SNaQ

Other teaching experience

Teaching Assistant (UW-Madison)

  • Summer 2014 PhD qualifier Summer camp
  • Spring 2013 Introduction to Biostatistics for Population Health II (BIOSTAT 552) (professor Ron Gangnon)
  • Fall 2012 Introduction to Biostatistics for Population Health I (BIOSTAT 551) (professor Ron Gangnon)
  • Spring 2012 Introduction to Biostatistics for Population Health II (BIOSTAT 552) (professor Ron Gangnon)
  • Fall 2011 Introduction to Biostatistics for Population Health I (BIOSTAT 551) (professor Ron Gangnon)
  • Summer 2011 Introduction to Statistical Methods (STAT 301) (professor Kam Wah Tsui)
  • Spring 2011 Introduction to Statistical Methods (STAT 301) (professor Kevin Packard)
  • Fall 2010 Introduction to Theory and Methods of Mathematical Statistics I (STAT 311) (professor Zhengjun Zhang)

Instructor (ITAM)

  • Summer 2010 Advanced Algebra
  • Spring 2010 Calculus II
  • Fall 2009 Calculus III
  • Fall 2009 Actuarial Mathematics I
  • Spring 2010 Actuarial Mathematics I
  • Fall 2009 Actuarial Mathematics III
  • Spring 2010 Actuarial Mathematics III

Mentoring experience

2016
  • Software Development Project, Parallelization of SNaQ in PhyloNetworks, Josh McGrath - University of Wisconsin-Madison
  • Undergraduate Research Scholar, Computing tools for bayesian phylogenetic inference, Jordan Vonderwell - University of Wisconsin-Madison
  • Statistics Senior Honors Thesis, Computing tools and performance of PhyloNetworks, Nan Ji - University of Wisconsin-Madison
2015
  • Statistics Senior Honors Thesis, Inconsistency of species-tree methods under gene flow, Mengyao Yang – University of Wisconsin-Madison
  • Integrated Biological Sciences Summer Research Program, Visualizing inferred phylogenetic networks in Julia, John Spaw – University of Wisconsin-Madison
2014
  • Integrated Biological Sciences Summer Research Program, Using quartets to estimate phylogenetic networks, John Malloy – University of Wisconsin-Madison.