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Austin Meyer

Resident Physician at the Ohio State University and Nationwide Children's Hospital

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Welcome!

During 2017-2021, I am a resident physician in the combined program in Internal Medicine and Pediatrics at the Ohio State University and Nationwide Children's Hospital. Since I do not have a lot of free time, this may be a bit outdated at times.

My graduate and post doctoral research focused on understanding and predicting the evolution of viral proteins, on protein molecular evolution, and on protein structural biology. Broadly, I am interested in infectious diseases; I enjoy the process of applying mathematical modeling and statistical learning to diverse problems. In particular, I am interested in using diverse data sources to understand infectious diseases and how they interact with populations.

I also love learning and teaching biostatistics and data science. I like finding places where existing data or methods can be applied to ambiguous clinical reasoning. I also like exploring data visualization, using new presentation tools, and developing web applications to make information more useful to non-experts.

Although I was an experimental biologist in the past, these days my work is entirely computational/analytical. Please no more advertisements offering to make antibodies.

To find out about the projects I have worked on, visit the research page. Also, to find slide decks that I have used or web applications I have built see my extras page.

Follow me on twitter @austingmeyer.




Affiliations

Starting June 15th, 2017 I will be in Columbus, OH. If you are a patient who wants to see me, you can schedule an appointment at the South High Primary Care Center starting in July.

Collaborators

Lab of Dr. Claus Wilke at the University of Texas at Austin.

Lab of Dr. Bryan Sutton at Texas Tech University Health Sciences Center.

Recent Posts

New Website

As you may have noticed, I reconfigured my website using github pages, Jekyll, and the minimal mistakes theme. Hopefully this theme will be more usable and c...