Shannon Brady Graduate Studentshannonbrady2014@u.northwestern.edu
I am interested in the genotypic factors that contribute to drug sensitivity, especially in regards to chemotherapeutics.
Heechul (Ryan) Chung Graduate Studentheechulchung2019@u.northwestern.edu
I'm interested in the molecular mechanisms underlying natural variation in C. elegans mitochondrial DNA copy number.
Tim Crombie Postdoctoral Researchertcrombie@northwestern.edu
I'm interested in natural variation in stress responses and GxE interactions.
Clay Dilks Graduate StudentClaytonDilks2023@u.northwestern.edu
I am interested in investigating the mechanisms of anthelmintic drug resistance in C. elegans and using comparative genetics to apply these findings to high-impact helminth species.
Kathryn Evans Graduate Studentkathrynevans2015@u.northwestern.edu
My research combines computational and experimental techniques to investigate the relationship between genetic variation and observed phenotypes, particularly the response to chemotherapeutic drugs.
Anita Huang Graduate Studentr3h8m8@u.northwestern.edu
I'm interested in understanding the function of the beta-tubulin gene, ben-1, in benzimidazole drug resistance.
Daehan Lee Postdoctoral Researcherdaehan.firstname.lastname@example.org
I'm interested in natural variation in dauer development and metabolite signaling.
Nicole Roberto Research TechnicianNicoleRoberto2018@u.northwestern.edu
I work on high-throughput culturing of wild strains for metabolite and RNA extractions.
Robyn Tanny Research AssociateRobyn.Tanny@northwestern.edu
I manage the lab's strain collection, generate sequencing libraries, and manage CeNDR. I also handle incoming collection samples to identify new strains of C. elegans.
Ye Wang Graduate Studentye.email@example.com
I am interested in using short- and long-read sequence data to understand genome evolution.
Stefan Zdraljevic Graduate StudentStefanZdraljevic2018@u.northwestern.edu
I am interested in how organisms perceive and respond to their environment. Specifically, how natural genetic and non-genetic factors contribute to variability in response to environmental cues.
Gaotian Zhang Postdoctoral Researchergaotian.firstname.lastname@example.org
I'm interested in natural variation in metabolism and bulk-segregant approaches.
|Former member||Current Status|
|Steffen Hahnel||Postdoctoral Researcher||Bayer Animal Health|
|Briana Rodriguez||Research Associate||Research technician, clinical psychology|
|Daniel Cook||Graduate Student||Programmer at VectorBase|
|Mostafa Zamanian||Postdoctoral Researcher, 2015-2017||Assistant Professor at UW Madison -- Zamanian Lab Website|
|Kreena Patel||Undergraduate and Research Technician, 2013-2016||Medical student, Feinberg School of Medicine|
|Kristen Laricchia||Computational Specialist, 2014-2016||Associate computational biologist in the MacArthur Lab, Broad Institute|
|Joshua Roberts||Undergraduate Developer, 2015-2016,||Motivate International|
|Tyler Shimko||Undergraduate, summers 2013, 2014, 2015||Graduate student at Stanford University|
|Bryn Gaertner||Postdoctoral Researcher, 2014||Prescott Medical Communications Group|
|Sarah Giuliani||Laboratory Manager, 2013-2015|
|Sam Rosenberg||Research Technician, 2013-2015|