Javier Blanco Portillo

Science is a collective journey...

Science thrives when discoveries and insights are shared and built upon within a global community of scholars. I’m lucky to count the people below as my current collaborators. In no particular order:

Prof. Marcus Feldman, PhD advisor

Prof. Andrés Moreno Estrada, Masters mentor & advisor

Prof. Alex Ioannidis, eternal mentor, member of my PhD thesis committee

Prof. Noah Rosenberg, member of my PhD thesis committee

Prof. Jonathan Pritchard, member of my PhD thesis committee

Carmina Barberena Jonás, PhD student working with Andrés Moreno at LANGEBIO

Juan Esteban Rodríguez Rodríguez, Biology PhD student working with Noah Rosenberg at Stanford

Mark Penjueli, research assistant working with Aashish Jha at NYU Abu Dhabi

May Levin, Stanford undergraduate studying computer science and mechanical engineering

Kekoa Taparra, resident physician in the Department of Radiation Oncology at Stanford

Jan Sokol, MD student at Boston University

Obed García, postdoctoral scholar in the Department of Biomedical Data Sciences at Stanford

Keolu Fox, assistant professor at the University of California, San Diego

Prof. Patrick Kirch, historical anthropologist who studies the deep-time history of the peoples of the Pacific at the University of Hawaii

Cecilia Padilla Iglesias, PhD candidate working with Andrea Migliano at the University of Zürich

Joshua Macdonald, postdoctoral scholar working with Yoav Ram at Tel Aviv University

Sven Kasser, PhD student working with Kevin Laland and Laura Fortunato at the university of St. Andrews

Hao Shen, postdoctoral scholar working with John Novembre at the University of Chicago

Talia Borofsky, PhD student working with Marcus Feldman at Stanford

Kaleda Denton, postdoctoral scholar working with Marcus Feldman at Stanford