That’s DR. Reed Cartwright to you, mister

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The early word is that PT contributor Reed Cartwright (real webpage) (alter ego) has, despite being a PT poster, helping to construct the PT blog, and spending his time annoying creationists, managed to PASS his dissertation defense. Watch out world, here comes Dr. Cartwright.

I believe Prof. Steve Steve is planning the all-night bash in Athens as we speak. I wonder how spatially explicit population genetics sounds after a few pints of bamboo beer?

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John beat me to it, but I'll go ahead anyways. Congrats to Reed Cartwright, active at Georgia Citizens for Integrity in Science and the Panda's Thumb, for passing his dissertation at the University of Georgia and thus now becoming Dr... Read More

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And, Dr. Cartwright has grown a beard since last we met.

Let me be the first to congratulate you Dr. Cartwright

Hey, where are the stripes . … .?

;)

Congrats.

Well, congratulations colleague!

I predict a great career for Dr. Cartwright. He has tremendous energy evidenced by his tireless work on the Panda’s Thumb software while also being a husband and graduate student. At the same time, he was also a key substantive contibuter to PT, the Panda’s in Dover trial, and to pro-science efforts in Georia. Any three would have totally used me up (and 3 were more or less imposible).

Bravo!

Well, congratulations colleague!

I predict a great career for Dr. Cartwright. He has tremendous energy evidenced by his tireless work on the Panda’s Thumb software while also being a husband and graduate student. At the same time, he was also a key substantive contibuter to PT, the Panda’s in Dover trial, and to pro-science efforts in Georia. Any three would have totally used me up (and 3 were more or less imposible).

Bravo!

Well done, Dr. Reed!

It’s a long road, as you know, but in your old age you will never wonder “should I have gotten my PhD?”

Oh, by the way, did they tell you that the studying doesn’t end with a PhD, it begins with a PhD.

Oops!

Best regards, Dr. Bill Farrell Chemistry - a noble profession

Woo-hoo! Way to go, Reed – many congrats!

A toast of single malt scotch.

Say, doesn’t Dr. Dembski owe you a bottle?

From all of the members Delta Pi Gamma, congratulations on a successful defense. Now it’s time for a ROAD TRIP.

Delta Pi Gamma (Scientia et Fermentum)

Hey congratulations and welcome to the good old clan of Ph.D’s. Another one bite the dust. How does it feel a pint of that bamboo brew right about now? Enjoy this first moments of sweet success and get over with the corrections soon :)

Extremely cool, congratulations. Is a copy of the thesis available anywhere? Sounds interesting.

Congratulations.

Thanks all.

I probably won’t be making the dissertation available on the web anytime soon. I am going to be submitting my final two chapters in the next month for publication. (The first one is already published.)

Yeah, but now you’ll have to deal with those stupid comments like: “But you’re not a *real* doctor, are you?”

Congrats.

Congratulations, Reed!

Those who like to read Carl Zimmer’s “The Loom”, need note it has moved to

http://scienceblogs.com/loom

I probably won’t be making the dissertation available on the web anytime soon. I am going to be submitting my final two chapters in the next month for publication. (The first one is already published.)

Journal publication? Which journal/edition is the first chapter in?

Cartwright, R.A. (2005) DNA Assembly With Gaps (Dawg): Simulating Sequence Evolution. Bioinformatics 21 (Suppl. 3): iii31-iii38 (reprint)

The paper is associated with this website: http://scit.us/projects/dawg.

congrats, Reed!

the hard work is done…

NOT!

good luck with your post doc!

cheers

Congrats Dr. Reed!

Congratulations!

I am pleased to congratulate Dr. Cartwright–even though I’ve never read him, I think. However, I have a question about The Panda’s Thumb and the unfortunate bamboo rhetoric attached to the Good Doctor’s picture in front of Arundo Donax, which even this lowly graduate student in American Literature knows is decidedly NOT bamboo.

The question is: don’t you guys know how much trouble it is to explain this stuff to the public already? Arundo is, according to the T-shirt I have from the California Exotic Pests Council, “bad grass.” Please tell your friends, Doc: family Poaceae, genus Arundo (not Bambusa). And congratulations again, REED!

Don’t you know “Dr.” Hovind could have gotten you a PhD for $65 and a pack of chewing gum?

Ah, well. Even though you took the hard route, congratulations are in order. Grats!

Congrats!

Go Dawgs!

Jim Wrote:

Arundo is, according to the T-shirt I have from the California Exotic Pests Council, “bad grass.”

Apparently, there are no musicians on this Council. Arundo Donax provides the raw material for oboe, bassoon, clarinet and saxophone reeds (get it? Reed?). But it’s not bamboo, that much is true.

Reed,

Congratulations! Now hopefully some rest and more post from you on PT.

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