David Baum

David A. Baum is Professor (and former Chair) in the Botany Department at the University of Wisconsin-Madison, where he conducts research in evolutionary biology, plant genetics, and the origin and early evolution of life. He …

Uwe Bergmann

Uwe Bergmann is a Professor in the Physics Department of UW-Madison. He specializes on the development and application of novel X-ray techniques based on the most powerful x-ray sources. He has studies ancient manuscripts including …

Corinna Burger

Corinna Burger is an Associate Professor of Neurology at the University of Wisconsin-Madison. Her research program focuses on studying the molecular biology of learning and memory, and genetic mechanisms underlying neurodegenerative disorders. Her lab uses …

Joshua Coon

Professor Coon develops and applies chemical instrumentation to measure proteins and metabolites in biological systems – including humans. His latest project is to embed such technology into a toilet to make real-time measurements of urine …

Kevin Eliceiri

Kevin Eliceiri is Director of the Laboratory for Optical and Computational Instrumentation (LOCI), and permanent principal investigator in the Laboratory for Cell and Molecular Biology (LCMB) in the Graduate School at UW–Madison. Eliceiri is also …

Jason Fletcher

Jason prefers in-person talks. Jason Fletcher is a Romnes Professor of Public Affairs with appointments in Sociology, Agricultural and Applied Economics and Population Health Sciences as well as the Director of the Center for Demography …

Jan Huisken

Jan Huisken received his PhD in Physics from the European Molecular Biology Laboratory in Heidelberg. He was trained as a physicist but has worked in developmental biology using his expertise in microscopy. He has been a postdoc at UCSF …

Joshua Hyman

Joshua Hyman’s current position is Director of the DNA Synthesis and Sequencing Facility at the UW–Madison Biotechnology Center. His formal training includes a doctorate in genetics (Penn State University), an MBA (University of Washington–Seattle), and …

Robert Kirchdoerfer

Robert received his Ph.D. and did his postdoctoral research at Scripps Research in California. Beginning in graduate school and continuing into his own laboratory research, he has used high-resolution imaging techniques to figure out how …

Dudley Lamming

Dr. Dudley Lamming is a faculty member of the Division of Endocrinology, Diabetes and Metabolism within the Department of Medicine of the University of Wisconsin-Madison. He began his lab at the University of Wisconsin-Madison in …

Darcie Moore

Dr. Moore began her career as an opera singer, later going back to school to obtain her PhD in Neuroscience and beginning her research in regeneration of the brain and spinal cord. Her research spans …

Ozioma Okonkwo

Dr. Ozioma Okonkwo’s research focuses on clarifying how alterations in the brain and other biomolecules (such as cerebrospinal fluid beta-amyloid) place some cognitively-normal individuals on a pernicious trajectory that culminates in probable Alzheimer’s disease. In …

Ahna Skop

Ahna Skop, an Associate Professor in the Department of Genetics has been at UW–Madison since 2004. Her lab seeks to understand the molecular mechanisms that underlie cell polarity and cell division during embryonic development using …

ON SABBATICAL Douglas B. Weibel

Douglas B. Weibel is the DuPont Young Professor of Biochemistry and Biomedical Engineering at UW–Madison. He is an expert on biochemistry and biophysics of bacteria and other microbes. Professor Weibel received a B.S.degree in Chemistry …

Cody Wenthur

Dr. Cody Wenthur is an innovative, translational investigator in psychopharmacology who has been on the UW–Madison faculty since 2018. His work is focused on improving our understanding of the basis for beneficial and detrimental effects …

Cara Westmark

Dr. Westmark received her PhD in Biochemistry from the University of Notre Dame. She is faculty in the Department of Neurology in the School of Medicine & Public Health at the University of Wisconsin-Madison where …

Jerry Yin

Jerry Yin received his BA from Princeton University, his PhD from UW-Madison (molecular biology), and did post-doctoral work at MIT and Cold Spring Harbor Laboratory. He was promoted to Assistant Professor at Cold Spring Harbor …

John Yin

John Yin is a faculty member at UW-Madison, where he teaches courses in chemical and biological engineering. Outside of the classroom, he and his student co-workers pursue two main questions: what are plausible mechanisms for …