Dr. Ann E. Stapleton’s research is focused on experimental testing of genotype-environment-phenotype models and systems modeling and she has more than ten years experience in development of cyberinfrastructure for biology. She has published in computer science, statistics, and biology journals. She was elected the Chair of the 2017 Gordon Research Conference on Quantitative Genetics and Genomics and recently served as the faculty lead to develop and approve a new interdisciplinary professional science master’s program in data science. Dr. Stapleton is currently serving as Program Director at U.S. National Science Foundation, Office of Integrative Activities, EPSCoR to strengthen and manage programs that build research capability, enhance STEM professional development, broaden participation in STEM, and impact economic development.See My CV
You can find all of my publications by clicking the button belowSee More
Are Biological Systems Like Facebook? Understanding Interactions in Cells, Organisms, EcosystemsSee More
Genetically-Informed EnviroTyping Tools to Better Test and Target EnvironmentsSee More
Test predictions, integrate applications, and manage GWAS and prediction applications in parallelSee More
More than 50 research students have been supported by my federal grants in the last five years, and I encourage networking among my students and with many other students and colleagues. My research students have gone on to successful careers in fields ranging from plant breeding informatics to biostatistics to high-school science teaching. Career mentoring and training in project management is a key part of my student mentoring strategy.
I’m in the middle of the 2nd year in the Immunobiology PhD program at University of Arizona- and I am absolutely loving it! I remind myself quite often how lucky I am to have the opportunity to further my education here and I know I wouldn’t be here if it wasn’t for you. I really appreciate you allowing me to work in your lab and providing me with guidance when I applied for school. I just wanted to touch base with you and say thanks for being a great mentor and taking the time to help us confused students!
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