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I am currently a postdoctoral fellow in the Statistics Department at Stanford University. My research interests revolve around bioinformatics and computational biology, with emphasis on open-source tools and the R language in particular.

I am also the lead developer of an R/Bioconductor package for data management and analysis of high-throughput amplicon-based DNA sequencing projects. The package is called phyloseq, and it is developed openly on GitHub, with official development and stable releases of phyloseq available from Bioconductor.

My background is in chemical engineering, environmental engineering, bioinformatics, and most recently, statistics and R development.


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The answer above only gives you feed elements from your repos. In principle, you could create a new GitHub account, fork only the repo that you want to have in your feed, and then follow the instructions above on this new GH account. In practice, I have few enough repos of my own on my normal account -- and the feed-titles are consistent-enough -- that it is easy to filter them. If you've forked a lot of repos, then the separate-account idea should work for you.
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