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Amanda Randles

Assistant Professor, Biomedical Engineering, Duke University


Dr. Amanda Randles is an Assistant Professor in Biomedical Engineering at Duke University.  In general, her work focuses on the design of large-scale parallel applications targeting problems in physics.  Her research goals are to both investigate fundamental questions related to fluid dynamics as well as extend the multiscale models to study cancer metastasis. She was recently award the NIH Early Independence Award to support the development of models of cancer migration in the human vasculature. Randles received her Bachelor›s Degree in both Computer Science and Physics from Duke, her Master›s Degree in Computer Science from Harvard, and her Ph.D. in Applied Physics at Harvard with a secondary field in Computational Science. From 2013-2015, She was a Lawrence Fellow at Lawrence Livermore National Laboratory. Before graduate school, she worked for three years as a software developer at IBM on the Blue Gene Development Team.​​

All sessions by Amanda Randles

  • TuesdayMay 23
8:30 AM

Treatment Planning and the Movement of Circulating Tumor Cells in the Bloodstream