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James Fuller
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Lives in Ann Arbor, MI
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Trip report!! Ecuador (July 2012)
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Some people take externalities way too seriously...
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The population-based burden of influenza-associated hospitalization in rural western Kenya, 2007–2009. Daniel R Feikin a, Maurice O Ope b, Barrack Aura a, James A Fuller c, Stella Gikunju a, John Vulu...
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Since I haven't had a chance to talk with you the least I can do is give you a google + for your article. Nice article that certainly shows the difficulty of studying that population. I may have missed it but didn't see a comment on the propensity of bringing young children to the hospitals vs older children or adults. Do you think that could account for a lot of the variance between incidence measured in 5 or under vs the older cohort?
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Why are scientists like me getting so worked up over Elsevier and other journal publishers? It must seem strange from the outside. This cartoon explains it very clearly. It's hilarious - but unfortunately, it's TRUE!!! This is why we need a revolution.

(True except for one small thing: in math and physics, Elsevier does let us put our papers on our websites and free electronic archives... though not the final version, only the near-final draft.)

Thanks to +Jordan Peacock for pointing this out!
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Very simple and powerful ! Thanks for sharing....
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This article is amazing. How often do you see coyotes, and motorcycle explosions as explanatory variables?
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My latest biking/canoeing adventure
This Spring, I bought a road bike, thanks to Clayton's influence (see http://pedalperupedal.blogspot.com/). I've been biking and canoeing a lot this summer. A few weeks ago, I got the idea to combine ...
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Infectious diseases responsible for 1 in 6 cancers worldwide.
Global burden of cancers attributable to infections in 2008: a review and synthetic analysis. By - Catherine de Martel MD, Jacques Ferlay ME, Silvia Franceschi MD, Jérôme Vignat MSc, Freddie Bray P......
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What a patronus should look like
 
Those Aussies sure know how to have some fun.
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Click if you love DAGs!
What is this? DAGitty is a browser-based environment for creating, editing, and analyzing causal models (also known as bayesian networks, or directed acyclic graphs). The focus is on the use of causal...
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uhh but the computer idiot in me can't install it....
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Ann Arbor, MI
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Atlanta, GA - Nicaragua - Guatemala - Provo, UT - Baltimore, MD
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  • University of Michigan
    Epidemiologic Science, 2011 - present
  • Johns Hopkins University
    International Health, 2009 - 2011
  • Brigham Young University
    International Relations, 2006 - 2008
  • Georgia Perimeter College
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Super helpful staff!
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Rented a bike for a few hours. The bike wasn't fantastic, but it was certainly worth the price.
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We took a small group to the bear ranch over Labor Day weekend 2013. We had a great time. You can pay an extra $10 (per group) to pet a cub and take a photo with the cub. For anyone who may be worried about the ethics of keeping these bears in captivity, keep in mind that these are bears that cannot survive in the wild. Each one has its own story, and the Oswald Bear Ranch is the only reason the bear is alive. These bears were not 'captured by hunters.' The cubs are orphans, and would not be able to survive in the wild. The adults are usually raised in captivity from cub, and are similarly unable to survive in the wild.
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Good location and good amenities. Some of the other campers were very loud after midnight, but other than that all was great.
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Great!
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I just stayed here over Labor Day weekend 2013. It was a bit crowded, but thats to be expected. The bathroom facilities were new, nice, and clean. The campground is along the lakefront of Muskallonge Lake, which is nice. Even better, it only takes about 5-10 minutes to walk from the campground to the shore of Lake Superior. By following the dirt road west, we were able to arrive in Grand Marais in 30-45 minutes.
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