Some of my research was recently featured in international science grid this week (iSGTW), an international weekly online publication that covers distributed computing and the research it enables. In this article, they summarize some of the ideas that have motivated out labs efforts to understand the heritability of brian function in relation to individual differences in anxiety, and how we have accomplished this with the help of the open science grid (OSG).
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Update: This research was just published in PNAS, see publications
By using the tools provided by the OSG, we were able to use 231 years of computer time in under a month. As computing tools improve, our ability to ask questions that were previously untenable will only increase. This is an exciting time for sciece. :-D