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Anya E Vostinar (Johnson)
I'm a computer science professor at Grinnell College. My research includes modeling the human gut microbiome, evolution education through games, and evolution of mutualism.
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Assistant professor of computer science. Typically teach Analysis of Algorithms, Objected-Oriented programming and software design, as well as special topics on my research.
Michigan State University
July 2012 - April 2017
Computer Science and Ecology, Evolutionary Biology, and Behavior
I am a graduate research assistant in the Devolab and will be graduating in May of 2017.
September 2008 - February 2012
I did my undergraduate studies at Carleton College CS.
December 18, 2017
Nicolas P. Rougier, Konrad Hinsen, Frédéric Alexandre, Thomas Arildsen, Lorena A. Barba, Fabien C.Y. Benureau, C. Titus Brown, Pierre de Buyl, Ozan Caglayan, Andrew P. Davison, Marc-André Delsuc, Georgios Detorakis, Alexandra K. Diem, Damien Drix, Pierre Enel, Benoît Girard, Olivia Guest, Matt G. Hall, Rafael N. Henriques, Xavier Hinaut, Kamil S. Jaron, Mehdi Khamassi, Almar Klein, Tiina Manninen, Pietro Marchesi, Daniel McGlinn, Christoph Metzner, Owen Petchey, Hans Ekkehard Plesser, Timothée Poisot, Karthik Ram, Yoav Ram, Etienne Roesch, Cyrille Rossant, Vahid Rostami, Aaron Shifman, Joseph Stachelek, Marcel Stimberg, Frank Stollmeier, Federico Vaggi, Guillaume Viejo, Julien Vitay, Anya E. Vostinar, Roman Yurchak, Tiziano Zito
October 16, 2018 - Version: 2
The Boundedness Illusion: Asymptotic projections from early evolution underestimate evolutionary potential
Michael J Wiser, Emily L Dolson, Anya Vostinar, Richard E Lenski, Charles Ofria
October 16, 2018 - Version: 3
Emily L Dolson, Anya E Vostinar, Michael J Wiser, Charles A Ofria
Signed reviews submitted for articles published in PeerJ Note that some articles may not have the review itself made public unless authors have made them open as well.
January 18, 2017
The wild tomato species Solanum chilense shows variation in pathogen resistance between geographically distinct populations
Remco Stam, Daniela Scheikl, Aurélien Tellier