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Education and professional experience
- A.B., Harvard University
- PhD, California Institute of Technology
- Postdoctoral Fellow, University of Chicago
- Bio 52: Introduction to biology
- CS5 Green: a biology themed introduction to computer science
- Bio 111: Molecular biology laboratory
- Bio 118: Introduction to mathematical and computational biology
- Bio 188: Computational biology
- Bio 155: Human evolution
Professor Bush’s research group uses computational approaches to study evolution. This includes some more traditional computational biology projects, developing algorithms to analyze sequence data. And some more theoretical projects that involve modeling both molecular processes and evolution. Additional information can be found at their lab web site.
Libeskind-Hadas R, and Bush E. Computing for Biologists: Python Programming and Principles. Cambridge University Press. 2014.
Drewell, RA, Bush EC, Remnant EJ, *Wong GT, *Beeler SM, *Stringham JL, Lim J, Gouldie F, and Oldroyd BP. The dynamic DNA methylation cycle from egg to sperm in the honey bee Apis mellifera. Development. 141(13):2702-11. 2014.
*Beeler, SM, *Wong GT, Zheng JM, Bush EC, Remnant EJ, Oldroyd BP, and Drewell RA. Whole Genome DNA Methylation Profile of the Jewel Wasp (Nasonia vitripennis). G3: Genes Genomes Genetics, g3-113. 2013.
Bush EC, Clark AE*, DeBoever CM*, Haynes LE*, Hussain S*, Ma S*, McDermott MM*, Novak AM*, Wentworth JS*. (2012) Modeling the Role of Negative Cooperativity in Metabolic Regulation and Homeostasis. PLoS ONE7(11): e48920. (article)
Nevarez PA*, DeBoever CM*, Freeland B*J, Quitt MA* & Bush EC. Context dependent substitution biases vary within the human genome. BMC Bioinformatics, 11(462), 2010. (article)
* undergraduate author