How about Genetic Malarchitecture?
On Sun, 2 Sep 2012, Charles Schwartz wrote:
> /What is a fitting name for this project?/
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> Subject: Genome Sequencing Project Invitation
> Date: Sun, 2 Sep 2012 10:01:29 -0400
> From: Jeffrey Kron <[log in to unmask]>
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> CC: Dan O'Neill <[log in to unmask]>, David Light
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> Dear Dr. Schwartz,
> Iím a researcher at The Rothberg Institute, located in Guilford, Connecticut.
> I work for Dr. Jonathan Rothberg, the pioneer of high throughput DNA
> sequencing (Nature 2005, Nature Biotechnology 2008). He initiated the
> Neanderthal Genome project with Svante Paabo (Nature 2006) and was the first
> to sequence an individual genome, the James Watson genome (Nature 2008). Dr.
> Rothberg also sequenced Gordon Moore to show how DNA sequencing scales to
> semiconductors (Nature 2011).
> We are working on a study designed to understand the genetic basis of
> abstract mathematical reasoning. We are currently collecting DNA from the
> brightest minds in the field of theoretical physics. Publications will never
> single out individual participants and all work done with samples will be
> done in a de-identified manner. All participants are also welcome to a
> private copy of their own genome data.Data analysis is being performed in
> consultation with Max Tegmark, Professor of Physics at MIT.
> If you are interested, please respond indicating your willingness to
> participate in the project along with a mailing address where we can send you
> a saliva collection kit and a consent form.
> Thank you in advance, and feel free to contact me with any questions.
> Jeffrey Kron