About Joel J. Adamson
Joel J. Adamson lives in the Lebanon-Hanover area of New Hampshire. For the past seven years, he has been a Ph.D. student at the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill, studying the mathematical theory of sexual selection. Mr. Adamson has taught statistics at the college level, worked as a statistical consultant and a professional biostatistician. His scholarly works have appeared in PeerJ, Biological Psychiatry, The American Journal of Psychiatry, Archives of Pediatrics and Adolescent Medicine, and Drug and Alcohol Dependence, among others. You can find a full CV, along with a list of publications at his homepage.
Apart from science, Joel enjoys playing music and writing (of course). For two years he was the primary banjo player for Loose Ends in Boston. He originated the group Heartwood Hollow in Boulder, Colorado as a bluegrass group. He has appeared in the instructional video “Get Rolling” with Dr. Peter Wernick, available from Homespun Tapes.
Joel’s current writing can mostly be found here at Sex, Math and Programming. Sex, Math and Programming is Joel’s primary blog for opinion, essays and technological how-to. For those of you questioning the title, it’s a play on “Sex, Drugs and Rock and Roll,” replacing the things I enjoy for “Drugs and Rock and Roll.” You can find Joel’s other blog on science also at WordPress. Some of Joel’s other works, mostly in first person, can be found at his homepage.
Joel is now available for hire:
Since I am now winding down graduate school, I will make myself available for freelance work. If you like my writing and think that I have something to offer, please contact me. If you live in the Lebanon-Hanover area I will also be available for tutoring and statistical consultation.
Please contact him for rates and availability.