Rutger Vos PhD

Computational Biologist

Naturalis

Location
Leiden, Netherlands
Discipline
Biological Sciences
Interests
phyloinformatics, phylogenomics, interoperability, data standards, software engineering, bioinformatics, computational biology
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Followers (80)

  • Roderic Page

    Roderic Page PLoS Biodiversity Hub

  • Silvana Pezzano

    Silvana Pezzano

  • Jim Croft

    Jim Croft

  • Karen Cranston

    Karen Cranston National Evolutionary Synthesis Center (NESCent)

  • Denis Shestakov

    Denis Shestakov Aalto University, School of Science

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About

I am a computational biologist at Naturalis Biodiversity Center, a contributor to various open source software projects and I keep myself busy thinking about computational biology, phylogenetics and evolution.
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Publications

SUPERSMART: Self-Updating Platform for Estimating Rates of Speciation and Migration, Ages and Relationships of Taxa

Antonelli A, Töpel M, Vos R, Nilsson K, Nylander J, Oxelman B et al.

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Inferring Large Phylogenies: The Big Tree Problem

Vos R

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NeXML: rich, extensible, and verifiable representation of comparative data and metadata

Vos R, Balhoff J, Caravas J, Holder M, Lapp H, Maddison W et al.

Systematic Biology (2012)

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Biogem: an effective tool based approach for scaling up open source software development in bioinformatics

Bonnal R, Aerts J, Githinji G, Goto N, MacLean D, Miller C et al.

Bioinformatics (2012)

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BIO::Phylo-phyloinformatic analysis using perl.

Vos R, Caravas J, Hartmann K, Jensen M, Miller C

BMC bioinformatics (2011)

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EvoIO: Community-driven standards for sustainable interoperability

Stoltzfus A, Cranston K, Lapp H, McKay S, Pontelli E, Vos R et al.

Nature Precedings

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TreeBASE2: Rise of the Machines

Vos R, Lapp H, Piel W, Tannen V

Nature Precedings (2010)

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The DBCLS BioHackathon: standardization and interoperability for bioinformatics web services and workflows.

Katayama T, Arakawa K, Nakao M, Ono K, Aoki-Kinoshita K, Yamamoto Y et al.

Journal of biomedical semantics (2010)

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Evolution of embryonic developmental period in the marine bird families Alcidae and Spheniscidae: roles for nutrition and predation?

Hipfner J, Gorman K, Vos R, Joy J

BMC Evolutionary Biology (2010)

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Evolutionary Data Leaping to Web 3.0: Some Highlights From NESCent's Third Hackathon

Lapp H, Stoltzfus A, Vision T, Vos R

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TreeBASE v. 2: A Database of Phylogenetic Knowledge

Piel W, Chan L, Dominus M, Ruan J, Vos R, Tannen V

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Data standards in phylogenetics: the NeXML project

Vos R

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The 2006 NESCent Phyloinformatics Hackathon: A Field Report

Lapp H, Bala S, Balhoff J, Bouck A, Goto N, Holder M et al.

Evolutionary Bioinformatics (2007)

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Supertree for the Geomyoids (Mammalia: Rodentia, Geomyoidea)

Wong D, Vos R, Mooers A

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A Dated MRP Supertree for the Order Primates

Vos R, Mooers A

Systematic Biology

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Bio::CDAT - An Object for Evolutionary Analysis of Data

Stoltzfus A, Vos R, Reese J, Qiu W

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The Shapes of Phylogenies

Mooers A, Vos R

Mathematics of Evolution and Phylogeny (2005)

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Hybridization without guilt: gene flow and the biological species concept

Rundle H, Breden F, Griswold C, Mooers A, Vos R, Whitton J

Journal of Evolutionary Biology (2001)

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Accelerated likelihood surface exploration: the likelihood ratchet.

Vos R

Systematic Biology (2003)

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Reconstructing divergence times for supertrees: a molecular approach.

Vos R, Mooers A

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Western flower thrips (Thysanoptera: Thripidae) preference for thrips-damaged leaves over fresh leaves enables uptake of symbiotic gut bacteria

de Vries E, Vos R, Jacobs G, Breeuwer H

European Journal of Entomology (2006)

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Estimating the relative order of speciation or coalescence events on a given phylogeny

Gernhard T, Ford D, Vos R, Steel M

Evolutionary Bioinformatics Online (2006)

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The delayed rise of present-day mammals

Bininda-Emonds O, Cardillo M, Jones K, MacPhee R, Beck R, Grenyer R et al.

Nature (2007)

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Professional experience

Computational Biologist

Naturalis

February 2012 - Present

Education history

Department of Biological Sciences, Simon Fraser University

PhD

January 2001 - May 2006 (5 years 4 months)

Biology, University of Amsterdam

MSc

December 1994 - June 2000 (5 years 6 months)