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Hi there. I'm a developmental biologist who went into genomics a few years ago. I had been trained tried-and-true assays: lots of ''in situ'' hybridizations, fate-mapping with fluorescent dextrans, confocal imaging. I traded these approaches for molecular biology methods development, learning to properly do bioinformatics, and a complete revision of my thinking to intellectually accommodate the billions of measurements I was suddenly taking.
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Hi there. I'm a developmental biologist who went into genomics a few years ago. I had been trained tried-and-true assays: lots of ''in situ'' hybridizations, fate-mapping with fluorescent dextrans, confocal imaging. I traded these approaches for molecular biology methods development, learning to properly do bioinformatics, and a complete revision of my thinking to intellectually accommodate the billions of measurements I was suddenly taking.
 
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Totally worth it. Never looked back.
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Revision as of 15:57, 1 July 2015

Hi there. I'm a developmental biologist who went into genomics a few years ago. I had been trained tried-and-true assays: lots of in situ hybridizations, fate-mapping with fluorescent dextrans, confocal imaging. I traded these approaches for molecular biology methods development, learning to properly do bioinformatics, and a complete revision of my thinking to intellectually accommodate the billions of measurements I was suddenly taking.