User:Kam Taghizadeh

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Kam Taghizadeh


Contact Information


  • Major: Biology
  • Graduation year: 2020

Upper division classes taken with emphasis in biology, chemistry, math, and computer science

  1. Embryology
  2. Microbiology
  3. Developmental biology
  4. Urban ecology
  5. Island biology
  6. Wildfire ecology
  7. Biochemistry
  8. Bioinformatics
  9. Plant Biotechnology

Research Paper

Kam Taghizadeh's Gene Editing for Correcting Marfan Syndrome Research Paper

Career Interests and Goals

  • I plan on becoming a doctor and opening a medical spa

Work Experience

  • Position: Health Scholar at Kaiser Permanente
  • Employer: COPE Health Scholars
  • Dates: January 2019-present
  • Responsibilities: Perform the work of a CNA, such as feeding, bathing, and performing vitals on patients

Personal Interests/Hobbies

  • Djing
  • Ballroom dancing
  • Singing

Favorite Aspect of Biology and Why

  • My favorite aspect of biology is that it's ever-changing, there are always new ideas and concepts to learn through the research of biologists.

Favorite Aspect of Computer Science and Why

  • My favorite aspect regarding computer science is how nature's core is computing, and that computer science is not just a field that entails coding and programming.

Kam Taghizadeh's User page

Kam Taghizadeh

Template Page

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Template: Kam Taghizadeh

Links to Weekly Assignments

Links to Individual Journal Assignments

Links to Shared Journal Assignments

Link to LMU's Homepage


  1. I worked with Ian Wright to create this user page. We collaborated through text message, and discussed what is required for our individual user pages.
  2. I used Ian Wright's user page as inspiration, using his various syntax to create my own user page, especially my profile photo.
  3. Instructions were taken from BIOL368/F20:Week 1 to create this user page.
  4. Educational material regarding bioinformatics were used from Dr.Dahlquist's zoom lecture.


  1. OpenWetWare. (2020). BIOL368/F20:Week 1. Retrieved September 3, 2020, from
  2. Janovy, J. (2004). On Becoming a Biologist (2). Lincoln and London: University of Nebraska Press.
  3. Denning, P. (2007). Computing is a Natural Science. Communications of the ACM, 50(7), 13-18.
  4. Denning, P. (2008). Voices of Computing. Communications of the ACM, 51(8), 19-21.

"Except for what is noted above, this individual journal entry was completed by me and not copied from another source" Kam Taghizadeh (talk) 23:36, 23 September 2020 (PDT)