I consult with all members of the Stanford scientific research community on issues surrounding data management, including understanding and creating data management plans, organizing and backing up your research data, assigning metadata to enable future discovery, and preserving your data for long-term access. I am the DMPTool Product Ower and am actively involved with the Software Carpentry and Data Carpentry organizations. Visit the Data Management Services web site to find out more.
- Ph.D., Molecular Biophysics and Biochemistry, Yale University
- M.Phil., Molecular Biophysics and Biochemistry, Yale University
- B.S., Biochemistry and Molecular Biology, Centre College of Kentucky
Member, PLOS Data Guidelines Board
Certified Software Carpentry Instructor
Invited member of DataONE (Data Observation Network for Earth) Community Engagement and Outreach Working Group, 2014.
Invited participant in NSF-sponsored iNeuro (information-neuroscience) workshop, November 2014.
"Salmon Data on the Hook: Preserving Scientific Data for the Future." Presentation with Julie Sweetkind-Singer at USGS Western Region Colloquium, Menlo Park, CA, 2014.
"The Deposit-a-Thon: A practical approach to staff training." Presentation at RDAP14 Summit, San Diego, CA, 2014.
"PharmGKB: Generating Knowledge to Catalyze Pharmacogenomic Research." Speaker, Generation Scotland Symposium on Pharmacogenetics, 2006.
"Management of Pharmacogenomic Information." Guest Lecturer, University of San Francisco, 2006.
Hodge, Amy E, Altman, Russ, and Klein, Teri (2007) "The PharmGKB: Integration, Aggregation, and Annotation of Pharmacogenomic Data and Knowledge." Clinical Pharmacology and Therapeutics, 81(1):21-24.
Hodge, Amy E., Mendenhall, Michael D. (1999) “The cyclin-dependent kinase inhibitory domain of the yeast Sic1 protein is contained within the C-terminal 70 amino acids.” Molecular and General Genetics, 262(1):55-64.
Mendenhall, Michael D, Hodge, Amy E (1998) “Regulation of Cdc28 cyclin-dependent protein kinase activity during the cell cycle of the yeast Saccharomyces cerevisiae.” Microbiology and Molecular Biology Reviews, 62:1191-1243.