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    Hi there, my name is Christian and I am a generalist. That means I commonly get described as "a pretty good coder for a neuroscientist" or "having great rhythm for a white guy" or "fairly strong for such a skinny man" or my personal favorite, "surprisingly well-adjusted for an academic". In other words, I'm an exception (though not necessarily exceptional). I live in San Francisco and work in the Stanford Cognitive Systems and Neuroscience Lab as a post-doctoral fellow. I like working with industry, and right now I'm enjoying studying the effects of this really cool behavior modification system and also maintain a data management service for the behavioral sciences known as the dataserf. At this point in my life, science and software are my foci, but I have many other interests, such as playing bass, rock climbing, crossfit, nature photography and the stock market (particularly the biotech sub-sector). The purpose of this page is to amalgamate all of these things to see where they do (or don't) intersect.

New stuff

When the devil hops on your bandwagon. July 20, 2014

Your mind is a machine that runs on big data. July 18, 2014

Psychoinformatics : A complementary curriculum for the science of human behavior. June 11, 2014

Ways in which the Open Science movement is like Occupy Wall Street. May 28, 2014

Thoughts from a nobody on the whole 'replication bullying' thing. May 25, 2014