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2015
  1. Physics 190, 2015: Freshman Seminar: Where do laws of nature come from? Emory
2014
  1. Physics 511A, 2014: Graduate Electrodynamics, Emory
  2. Physics 434, 2014: Information Processing in Biology, Emory
  3. The Eighth International q-bio Summer School on Cellular Information Processing
2013
  1. Physics 511A, 2013: Graduate Electrodynamics, Emory
  2. The Seventh International q-bio Summer School on Cellular Information Processing
2012
  1. Physics 434, 2012: Information Processing in Biology, Emory
  2. Physics 511A, 2012: Graduate Electrodynamics, Emory
  3. Computational Neuroscience Methods Clinic, 2012, Emory
  4. The Sixth International q-bio Summer School on Cellular Information Processing
2011
  1. Physics 380, 2011: Information Processing in Biology, Emory
  2. Physics 142: Electricity and magnetism, Emory
  3. The Fifth International q-bio Summer School on Cellular Information Processing
2010
  1. Physics 380, 2010: Information Processing in Biology, Emory
  2. The Fourth International q-bio Summer School on Cellular Information Processing
  3. Physics 142: Electricity and magnetism, Emory
2009
  1. The Third International q-bio Summer School on Cellular Information Processing
  2. Biological Information processing Summer School, Beijing
2008
  1. The Second International q-bio Summer School on Cellular Information Processing
2007
  1. The First International q-bio Summer School on Cellular Information Processing.
  2. Los Alamos Summer School.
  3. SIBBS: Seminar in Biological and Biomedical Sciences on Stochastic Biochemistry.
2006
Los Alamos Summer School
2004–2005
Columbia University, Department of Biomedical Informatics, co-instructor, Compuational Biology: Functional and Integrative Genomics
2002
UCSB, Department of Statistics; NYU, Courant Institute, Bioinformatics group, visiting instructor, lecture series in Statistical Inference
1999–2001
Marine Biological Laboratory, Woods Hole, MA, teaching assistant, Methods in Computational Neuroscience
1997–1999
Princeton University, Department of Physics, teaching assistant, upper division mechanics; author of the “Demonstrations solutions manual” for undergraduate mechanics laboratory
1995-1996
San Francisco State University, Department of Physics, teaching assistant, undergraduate classical physics laboratory
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