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Amanda Randles, Alfred Winborne and Victoria Stover Mordecai Assistant Professor of Biomedical Sciences and Assistant Professor of Mathematics and Computer Science and Assistant Professor of Mechanical Engineering and Material Science and Member of Duke Cancer Institute

Amanda Randles

My research in biomedical simulation and high performance computing focuses on the development of new computational tools that we use to provide insight into the localization and development of human diseases ranging from atherosclerosis to cancer. 

Contact Info:
Office Location:  301 Gross Hall, 140 Science Dr., Durham, NC 27708
Office Phone:  (919) 660-5425
Email Address: send me a message

Teaching (Fall 2018):

  • BME 590L.001, SPECIAL TOPICS WITH LAB Synopsis
    Gross Hall 324, MW 01:25 PM-02:40 PM
  • BME 590L.01L, SPECIAL TOPICS WITH LAB Synopsis
    Gross Hall 324, Th 04:40 PM-06:40 PM
Education:

Ph.D.Harvard University2013
Keywords:

Aortic Coarctation • Atherosclerosis • Biomechanics • Biophysics • Cancer • Cancer cells • Cardiovascular Diseases • Computational Biology • Computational fluid dynamics • Computer Simulation • Fluid mechanics • Hemodynamics • High performance computing • Lattice Boltzmann methods • Metastasis • Multiscale modeling • Parallel algorithms • Parallel computers

Recent Publications   (More Publications)

  1. Rafat, M; Stone, HA; Auguste, DT; Dabagh, M; Randles, A; Heller, M; Rabinov, JD, Impact of diversity of morphological characteristics and Reynolds number on local hemodynamics in basilar aneurysms, Aiche Journal (January, 2018) [doi]  [abs]
  2. Randles, A; Frakes, DH; Leopold, JA, Computational Fluid Dynamics and Additive Manufacturing to Diagnose and Treat Cardiovascular Disease., Trends in Biotechnology, vol. 35 no. 11 (November, 2017), pp. 1049-1061 [doi]  [abs]
  3. Gounley, J; Vardhan, M; Randles, A, A computational framework to assess the influence of changes in vascular geometry on blood flow, PASC 2017 - Proceedings of the Platform for Advanced Scientific Computing Conference (June, 2017), ISBN 9781450350624 [doi]  [abs]
  4. Dabagh, M; Jalali, P; Butler, PJ; Randles, A; Tarbell, JM, Mechanotransmission in endothelial cells subjected to oscillatory and multi-directional shear flow., Journal of the Royal Society Interface, vol. 14 no. 130 (May, 2017) [doi]  [abs]
  5. Gounley, J; Draeger, EW; Randles, A, Numerical simulation of a compound capsule in a constricted microchannel., Procedia Computer Science, vol. 108 (January, 2017), pp. 175-184 [doi]  [abs]
Recent Grant Support

  • University Training Program in Biomolecular and Tissue Engineering, National Institutes of Health, 1994/07-2022/06.      
  • Toward coupled multiphysics models of hemodynamics on leadership systems, National Institutes of Health, 7DP5-OD019876-02, 2014/09-2019/08.      
  • Training in Medical Imaging, National Institutes of Health, 2003/07-2019/08.      
  • Interactive virtual reality cardiovascular visualizations: User study for clinicians - Harvey Shi award, Sigma Xi, 2018/06-2019/05.      
  • Student Support: IEEE Cluster 2018 Conference, National Science Foundation, OAC-1814225, 2018/05-2019/04.      
  • 3D bioprinting microenvironment for studying cancer metastasis, Lawrence Livermore National Laboratory, B614628, 2017/05-2018/10.      
  • Hartwell Fellowship, Hartwell Foundation, 2017/10-2018/09.      
  • ORNL Joint Faculty Appointment for Amanda Randles, UT-Battelle, LLC, 4000152260, 2017/02-2017/09.      
  • Using GPU-Accelerated Computational Fluid Dynamics to Study In-stent Restenosis, Oak Ridge Associated Universities, 2016/06-2017/05.      

 

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