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Todd Vision

  • Associate Professor
  • University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill Department of Biology
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Research interests

and applications of computers to studying them. ORCID:0000-0002-6133-2581The evolution of genomes and phenotypes

Co-authors (274)

Publications (5)

  • Linking Evolution, Ecology, and Health: TriCEM

    • Nunn C
    • Alberts S
    • McClain C
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  • The standing pool of genomic structural variation in a natural population of Mimulus guttatus

    • Flagel L
    • Willis J
    • Vision T
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    16Citations
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  • 500,000 fish phenotypes: The new informatics landscape for evolutionary and developmental biology of the vertebrate skeleton

    • Mabee P
    • Balhoff J
    • Dahdul W
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    35Citations
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  • Evaluating data citation and sharing policies in the environmental sciences

    • Weber N
    • Piwowar H
    • Vision T
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  • Inferring species trees from gene duplication episodes

    • Burleigh J
    • Bansal M
    • Eulenstein O
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    6Citations
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Professional experience

Associate Professor

Biology Department, University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill

July 2007 - Present

Associate Director for Informatics

National Evolutionary Synthesis Center

January 2006 - June 2011(5 years)

Assistant Professor

Biology Department, University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill

July 2001 - June 2007(6 years)

Research Scientist

United States Department of Agriculture

July 1999 - June 2001(2 years)

Postdoctoral Associate

Cornell University

July 1998 - June 1999(a year)

Education history

PhD

Department of Ecology and Evolutionary Biology at Princeton University

August 1993 - June 1998(5 years)

B.A. Biological Sciences

University of Chicago