Senior Scientist, Schrödinger, Inc.
An interdisciplinary and innovative scientist combining both wet-lab expertise with computational skills. A team-oriented drug discovery biologist with experience contributing in cross-functional teams. Broad interests with projects spanning oncology, liver disease, and infectious disease.
Tang, Y., Meister, T. R., Walczak, M., Pulkoski-Gross, M. J., Hari, S. B., Sauer, R. T., Amberg-Johnson, K., & Yeh, E. (2019) PLoS biology, 17(2).
Amberg-Johnson, K., & Yeh, E. (2019). Antimicrob Agents Chemother. 2019 Jan 29; 63(2)
Foe, IT., Onguka, O., Amberg-Johnson, K., Garner, R., Amara, N., Beatty, W., Yeh, E., Bogyo, M., mSphere. (2018).
Amberg-Johnson, K. Ph.D. Thesis, Stanford University (2018)
Katherine Amberg-Johnson, Sanjay B Hari, Suresh M Ganesan, Hernan A Lorenzi, Robert T Sauer, Jacquin C Niles, Ellen Yeh. (2017) eLife 2017;6:e29865
Katherine Amberg-Johnson (2012) Undergraduate Honors Thesis, UC Berkeley.
I used Gradient Boosted Decision Trees to create a predictive model for bacterial pollution based on State of Hawaii water sampling data.
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