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Acknowledgments I would like to thank three important groups of people, without whom this dissertation would not have been possible: I would like to first thank the members of my dissertation committee - not only for their time and extreme patience, but for their intellectual contributions to my development as a scientist.
Without the appreciation and excitement in RNA research inspired by those lectures, I may not have ever pursued this challenging area of biology overlooked by many.
To Tim Schedl, I thank for being a supportive, strong guiding force as Chair of my committee. I am particularly appreciative to Tim for agreeing to head a committee dominated by computational biologists; he offered a welcome, balancing perspective as a rigorous experimental geneticist.
To Warren Gish, who helped train me as a budding computational biologist even before I arrived at graduate school. To Steve Johnson, whom I am Thesis thanks page appreciative for agreeing to serve on the committee on short notice, and knowing he would probably have less than two weeks to read my thesis.
I earnestly hope to have the chance to contribute to vertebrate genomics in the future through active collaborations with Steve.
Most of all, I would like to thank my thesis advisor, Sean Eddy, a talented teacher and passionate scientist. For a young researcher who had never before taken on a graduate student, Sean seemed to be wise beyond his experience. Sean took me into his lab after I had left my first thesis lab under less-than-favorable conditions, without questions or prejudgement - for that, I am indebted and thankful for the fresh new opportunities he offered.
At several points during my thesis work, Sean put my interests as a student ahead of his own - as a young, unestablished faculty member, his ultimate concern for the welfare of his students is noteworthy. I also thank Sean for appreciating my research strengths and patiently encouraging me to improve in my weaker areas.
His strong support of my own ideas and research directions, and confidence in my abilities were benefits not all thesis students enjoy but should. Graduate school can be a difficult, draining experience.
I am proud to say my experience in the Eddy lab was intellectually exciting and fun, and has energized me to continue in academic research. I sincerely hope I continue to have opportunities to interact with Sean for the rest of my research career.
To my lab-mates, thanks for the fun and support. My experience in the lab was greatly enhanced as it filled out from just Sean, Mindi, and me. I greatly look forward to having all of you as colleagues in the years ahead.
To Mindi and Cheryl, many thanks for help at the bench and great company. I only hope my future wet-lab mates have a similarly adventurous taste in music.
Lastly, I wish to sincerely thank Linda Lutfiyya. Linda was also critical in the success of my main thesis project.
She helped train me in yeast bench technique, sharing her excellent advice, reagents, and protocols eagerly through dozens of gene disruptions and tetrad dissections.
Without her expertise and other valuable resources from the Johnston lab, my project might not have ever come to fruition. I cannot adequately express how thankful I am.
My parents always encouraged us to ask questions, to be curious about how things work. Thanks for encouraging us to be independent thinkers, and having confidence in our abilities to go after new things that inspired us.Thanks, Inger.
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Introduction. This guide has been created to assist my graduate students in thinking through the many aspects of crafting, implementing and defending a thesis or dissertation. A thesis acknowledgement is included in an academic thesis paper, and its designation lies in thanking those people who have helped a writer in developing the research and creating an academic paper.
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Instead, your thesis acknowledgement is a concise vote of thanks, which simply mentions those people who have been directly involved in the thesis creation.
There is also no need to mention all those people who took part in the writer’s formation as a scientist, a thinker, and a researcher – beginning with the nursery school teachers and. This is a personal weblog. The opinions expressed represent my own views and not those of any institution in which I am currently studying or employed.