Short Bio and Site Description

Simone VincenziI am a mathematical biologist currently working at the Department of Ocean Sciences, University of California Santa Cruz, and at the Southwest Fisheries Science Center, Santa Cruz. Previously, I was funded by a European Union Marie Curie Fellowship for the project "RAPIDEVO" (click for the full proposal), which investigated adaptive and evolutionary responses of natural populations to the intensification, increased frequency, and altered seasonality of climate and weather extremes. At UCSC, I collaborate with Marc Mangel and Carlos Garza's (National Marine Fisheries Service's Molecular Ecology an Genetic Analysis team) lab.

Here you can find information on (or link to) my research interests, publications, Google Scholar Citations pageongoing projectsCVresearch statement, data scientist resume, a collection of bests and worsts, slides of some of my talks, some code, some photos of my study systems and conferences, and a blog mainly related to academic and intellectual endeavors. Please contact me if you have any questions.

*I recently (August 2016) updated documents, publications, projects, research statement

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