Filip Jagodzinski
Associate Professor
Transfer Advisor
Curriculum vitae
Transfer Equivalencies
Western Washington University
Computer Science, CF 467
Bellingham, WA 98225
Winter 2020 Office Hours
 Tuesday 11am-noon
 Friday noon-1pm

My students and I work on interdisciplinary projects ... computer science, biology, and chemistry. A long-term project: predicting structural properties of disease causing protein mutants. More recently begun: machine learning, evolutionary genetics, as well as big data.

Our most recent work includes cMutant, a web server for an exhaustive screen enabling exploring the effects of amino acid substitutions via rigidity mutation maps, as well as drug resistance in silico screen methods.

Previously, I co-developed KINARI (with Naomi Fox, advised by Ileana Streinu), a suite of graph-based algorithms extending pioneering work of Jacobs and Thorpe, and tools, for studying the flexibility of biomolecules. I designed, developed, and deployed KINARI-Mutagen, the first rigidity-based approach for inferring the effects of mutations.

Word Clouds for my most recent (pacman) and last 10 (rook) publications are shown right. My 800m PR is 1:50.17 (FAT).