Amie Radenbaugh

I am a doctoral student in the Biomolecular Engineering program at the University of California at Santa Cruz(UCSC). I received my Bachelor's degree from Macalester College in St. Paul, MN with a major in Computer Science and minors in Mathematics and Philosophy. I received my Master's degree from San Jose State University in Computer Science with an emphasis in Bioinformatics. Look here to check out my current course work or lab rotation projects.


Course Quarter
BME 205 Bioinformatics: Models and Algorithms Fall 2009
BME 200: Bioinformatics Graduate Student Fall 2009
BME 280B: Bioinformatics Seminar Fall 2009
BME 80G: Bioethics Teaching Assistant Fall 2009
BME 230: Computational Genomics Winter 2010
AMS 206: Bayesian Statistics Winter 2010
BME 280B: Bioinformatics Seminar Winter 2010

Lab rotation projects:

I am a Teaching Assistant for BME 80G: Bioethics this quarter. If you are one of my students and would like to set up an appointment with me, send me an email.

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