A copper toned publication!

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At long last (1.5yrs since the first submission attempt to be exact), the research I worked on as a post-doctoral fellow has been published!

Click on the image above to head over to the article for some light reading.  A lot of work went into this paper, and there are many to thank who don’t appear in the author list – basically everyone in my former lab. On a fun note, the model we developed and just about all the figures were produced in R.  Quite the conversion, since I started this work as a big proponent for Matlab.

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