Logan Wright

Logan Wright

  • Research Staff

A proteomics approach to gut microbial interactions that drive epigenetic changes in human metabolism

Robert Miner

Robert Miner

Lab Technician

  • Research Staff

Developing a high-throughput assay to identify inhibitors of histone-binding domains of UHRF1

Isabel Delo

Isabel Delo

  • Undergraduate Student

Epigenetic regulation of stress memory in plants

Federico Rey

Federico Rey

Assistant Professor

  • Discovery Fellow

Gut bacterial metabolism and human health

Weipeng Zhou

Weipeng Zhou

  • Undergraduate Student

Focus on the development and application of statistical tools for high-dimensional "omics" data

Amanda Hurley

Amanda Hurley

  • Postdoctoral Associate

Genetic determinants of bacterial community stability and invasion

Sailendharan Sudakaran

Sailendharan Sudakaran

Madison Microbiome Hub Manager / Multi Omics Hub Coordinat

  • Research Staff

Campus resource to support researchers interested in tackling a broad spectrum of microbiome research

Eric Armstrong

Eric Armstrong

  • Research Staff

Comparative metabolomics; Epigenetics of therapy-resistant prostate cancer

Bradley Schwab

Bradley Schwab

  • Undergraduate Student

In silico modeling of viral infections and pre-biotic chemical reaction networks

Anastasia Lindahl

Ana Lindahl

  • Graduate Student
  • Kohler Fellows @ WID

Mechanisms of metabolic regulation of chromatin and histone acetylation in response to diet

Manuel Garavito

Manuel Garavito

  • Postdoctoral Associate

Genetic bases of multi-species bacterial communities

Peter Lewis

Peter Lewis

Assistant Professor

  • WID Faculty

Investigating chromatin dynamics in animal development and cancer.

James Dowell

James Dowell

Assistant Scientist, Epigenetics

  • Discovery Fellow

Epigenetic mechanisms of Alzheimer's disease

Jianjun Jiang

Jianjun Jiang

  • Postdoctoral Associate

Mechanisms of environmental cues affect epigenetic DNA methylation change

Sydney Thomas

  • Graduate Student

Mechanisms that link the gut microbiome to host epigenetic phenotypes

John Denu

John Denu

Professor, Multi-Omics Leader

  • WID Faculty

Epigenetic chromatin changes that regulate cell signaling and metabolism

Krishanu Saha

Kris Saha

Assistant Professor

  • WID Faculty

Human cell engineering including CRISPR gene editing and epigenetic reprogramming; science & society

Katie Mueller

Katie Mueller

  • Graduate Student

In vitro modeling of CAR T cell cytotoxicity, activation, and exhaustion.