I’m Taylor Reiter and I am computational biologist and sequencing data enthusiast. I’m currently a Postdoctoral Fellow at the University of Colorado Anschutz Medical Campus in the Greene Lab. I did my PhD with Drs. C. Titus Brown and Ben Montpetit at UC Davis.

I spend my research time:

  1. Developing assembly graph-based methods to analyze metagenomes and metatranscriptomes, mostly with the software tool spacegraphcats
  2. Finding ways to make sourmash do more cool things like

I spend my teaching time:

  1. Instructing and improving Carpentries workshops
  2. Co-coordinating local communities of practice. I’ve put these efforts on hold during the pandemic, but used to coordinate the Davis R User’s Group and Meet and Analyze Data help sessions
  3. Writing and instructing other workshops

With my free time I like to:

  1. Spend time in the Pacific Northwest
  2. Hike, bike, read, bake, and drink tea

For more, see my CV , publications, or contact me @ReiterTaylor or tereiter@ucdavis.edu.