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Angela Wandinger-Ness

 
Professor
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Primary Discipline: Science and Technology / Health Sciences / Cancer / Specific Cancers / Ovaries and fallopian tubes cancer
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Member Type: Faculty
Last Login: Jan 26, 2013
Member Since: Jan 26, 2013

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Affiliations

University of New Mexico (Education, 4 Year/4 Year + Grad, NM, United States) - Primary Affiliation

Contact Information

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Address: MSC08 4640 Dept. Pathology
University of New Mexico HSC
Albuquerque , NM 87131 United States
Professional URL: http://pathology.unm.edu/research/faculty-laboratories/the-wandinger-ness-laboratory/index.html

Languages

German - speaking level (Superior) , reading level (Superior)
English - speaking level (Superior) , reading level (Superior)

Skills and Interests

I am a cell biologist with expertise in protein biochemistry, microscopic imaging and drug discovery.

Education History

BS Biochemistry (05/1979)
University of Massachusetts, Amherst
PhD Biochemistry (12/1985)
University of California, Los Angeles

Positions

Professor (07/2005 - Current) University of New Mexico
Assistant Dean for Graduate Studies (09/2005 - 08/2008) University of New Mexico
Associate Professor (09/1998 - 06/2005) University of New Mexico
Assistant Professor (09/1991 - 08/1998) Northwestern University, Evanston

Publications

Wandinger-Ness, A. (1980-2013). PubMed. (http://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/sites/myncbi/collections/public/1lYAX5g0RDmUibsX1sBq_dB5G/?sort=date&direction=ascending).

Associations

American Association for the Advancement of Science
Fellow 01/1997 - Current
American Association for Cancer Research
Member 01/2011 - Current
American Physiology Society
Member 01/2002 - Current
American Society for Cell Biology
Women in Cell Biology Committee, Member 01/1986 - Current
American Society for Nephrology
Member 01/2004 - 01/2012

Honors and Awards

ELECTED FELLOW (01/2012)
American Association for the Advancement of Science.
WOMEN IN TECHNOLOGY AWARD (01/2012)
New Mexico Technology Council
CREATIVE AWARDS RECIPIENT (01/2011)
Science and Technology Corporation. University of New Mexico
FACULTY TEACHING EXCELLENCE AWARD IN GRADUATE EDUCATION (01/2002)
University of New Mexico
MEDICAL EDUCATION SCHOLAR (01/2000)
University of New Mexico.
AHA ESTABLISHED INVESTIGATOR AWARD (01/2000)
2000-2003.
NATIONAL SCIENCE FOUNDATION (NSF) CAREER AWARD (01/1995)
Award for excellence in research and education. 1995-2000.
CANCER RESEARCH INSTITUTE FELLOWSHIP (01/1990)
1990-1991
EMBL FELLOW (01/1989)
European Molecular Biology Laboratory, Heidelberg, Germany.
NATIONAL INSTITUTES OF HEALTH (NIH) RESEARCH SERVICE AWARD. (01/1986)
Postdoctoral Fellow (General Medical Sciences). 1986-1989.
CHANCELLOR'S GRADUATE RESEARCH GRANT (01/1984)
University of California, Los Angeles
NATIONAL INSTITUTES OF HEALTH (NIH) RESEARCH SERVICE AWARD. (01/1984)
Predoctoral Trainee (Genetics)
DISTINGUISHED TEACHING AWARD (01/1981)
Department of Chemistry and Biochemistry, University of California, Los Angeles.

Teaching Experience

Upper division cell biology, C15 (Spring 1993)
Northwestern University - Cell Biology
1993-1995. 10 week course consisting of 3 lectures/week. Topics covered: Cellular Architecture; Organelle Biogenesis; Cellular Transport; Cell Growth & Division; Cell-Cell & Cell-Matrix Interactions. Text: Molecular Cell Biology, Darnell et al. Enrollment: 60
Graduate Cell Biology, D10 (Winter 1993)
Northwestern University - Cell Biology
1993-1998. 3 lectures annually covering membrane transport biology. Enrollment: 20
Membrane Trafficking Journal Club, BIOM605 (Fall 2013)
University of New Mexico - Membrane Trafficking
2002-2005. Graduate level. Weekly attendance of journal club presentations and completion of in depth paper on a single topic relevant to research goals. Course director. 1cr. Fall, Spring. Enrollment: 2-3.
Fundamentals for Graduate Research, BIOM501 (Fall 2005)
University of New Mexico - Basic research skills
2005-2008. A one semester course for first year PhD students that provides basic safety and bioethics training, introductions to choosing a research mentor, finding funding, giving oral and poster presentations. Course director. 1cr. Fall. Enrollment: 18-25.
Laboratory Rotations, BIOM506 (Fall 2005)
University of New Mexico - Research and presentation skills.
2005-2008. A two semester laboratory research immersion experience for first year students to aid students in identifying laboratory research mentors. 3 cr course with 3, 100 hr research rotations in three different laboratories. Course director. 2-3cr. Fall, Spring. Enrollment: 18-25.
Grant writing, BIOM566 (Spring 2008)
University of New Mexico - Grant writing basics
2008-2009. A six week team taught course to identify funding resources, develop strategies for obtaining extramural funding, develop a hypothesis, testable aims and experimental plan, and identify what preliminary data is required. Course director of team taught course. 1 cr Spring. Enrollment: 3-5.
Introductory Cell Biology, B10 (Winter 1996)
Northwestern University - Cell Biology
1996-1998. 10 week course consisting of 3 lectures/week. Topics covered: Cell Structure & Function; Intracellular Membrane Transport; Cell Growth & Differentiation. Text: Molecular Biology of the Cell, Alberts et al. Enrollment: 315.
Graduate Cell Biology, BIOM508 (Fall 1999)
University of New Mexico - Cell Biology
1999-2006. Advanced Cell Biology team-taught course with weekly problem based learning modules. Served as instructor for 4 week block (8 lectures and 4 PBL sessions). 4 cr. Fall. Enrollment: 25-30.
University Science Teacher Training Certificate Program (Winter Current)
University of New Mexico - Teaching and Education
A 15 cr hr certificate program emphasizing how people learn, designing learning objectives, course design, assessment and feedback linked to objectives, problem based learning, and practical experience. The certificate is via the Biomedical Sciences Graduate Program in partnership with the Teacher and Education Development Office. Enrollment 3-12.
Tutor Training (Winter Current)
University of New Mexico - Master Tutor Teacher Education and Development
Workshop offered by UNM Teacher Education and Development Program. Two day workshop covering how people learn, roles, activities and skills of an effective tutor, guidelines of constructive criteria-based feedback. Includes practical tutorial with a group of students. Trained as Master Tutor. Facilitator annually. Enrollment: 6-8
The Art of Lecturing and Making Presentations (Winter Current)
University of New Mexico - Microteach facilitator
Workshop with two half-day sessions covering preparation of learning objectives, use of audio-visual aids, using questions effectively, giving and receiving feedback. A practical 10 minute “lecture” is required on second day. Feed-back is given by a small group of peers and a facilitator and lecture is video-taped. Enrollment: 6-8.
Undergraduate Medical Education (Fall 1999)
University of New Mexico - Renal/Endocrine
1999-2000. Co-leader Renal/Endocrine Tutorial. Four weeks; 6 hr/week. Enrollment: 6
Graduate Bioethics, BIOM555 (Spring 2000)
University of New Mexico - Responsible Conduct in Research
2000-2008. Developed course using lecture and case studies in 2000 with Hjelle. Team taught with Hjelle, Gannon, Lipscomb. 6 week minicourse. 1 cr. Co-director for course offered biannually in Spring 2000-2006. Instructor for course taught every semester beginning Fall 2007. Enrollment: 6-12.
Pathology Grand Rounds for Graduate Students, BIOM583 (Fall 2001)
University of New Mexico - Pathology
2001-2005. Seminar attendance and completion of brief weekly written exercises or in depth paper on a single topic to enhance critical thinking skills and lecture evaluation skills. Course director. 1 cr. Fall, Spring. Enrollment: 1-6.
Cell and Molecular Basis for Disease Journal Club, BIOM 525 (Fall 2001)
University of New Mexico - Cell and Molecular Biology
2001-2003. Two semester sequence for first year graduate students developed with Rogers in 2001. Course to provide new graduate students with practice giving oral presentations and exposure to topics covered in the weekly Cell and Molecular Basis for Disease Seminar Series. Course director with Dr. Rogers. 2cr. Fall, Spring Enrollment: 20-25
Transitions Block for Medical Students (Winter 2003)
University of New Mexico - Reading and Interpreting Medical Literature
Six week tutorial involving reading and presentation of clinical papers. Instructor. 1h/week. Enrollment: 13.