Alberto Del Pia

Alberto Del Pia

Associate Professor

  • WID Faculty

Design of exact and approximate algorithms for mixed-integer optimization problems

Coral Wille

Coral Wille

  • Postdoctoral Associate

The DOT1L epigenetic contribution to cell fate determination

John Denu

Professor, Multi-Omics Leader

  • WID Faculty

Epigenetic chromatin changes that regulate cell signaling and metabolism

Shaoqin (Sarah) Gong

Sarah Gong

RRF Edwin and Dorothy Gamewell Professor
Kellett Mid-Career Award 2018-2023
Vilas Distinguished Achievement Professor
Advancing Vision Science Chair Professor

  • WID Faculty

Creating nanomedicines and nanomaterials for human health and sustainable energy applications.

FAQ

What is WID? The Wisconsin Institute for Discovery is a research institute on the campus of the University of Wisconsin-Madison that was built to develop a new approach to science driven by unlikely collaborations among outstanding research minds. Strengths in complex systems, data science, emerging technologies, and precision medicine enable …

Krishanu Saha

Kris Saha

Associate Professor

  • WID Faculty

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

Michael Ferris

Michael Ferris

John P. Morgridge Chair in Computer Sciences
Jacques-Louis Lions Professor of Computer Sciences
Director of Data Science Hub

  • WID Faculty

Optimization methods and data modeling for large scale problems in science, engineering and economics

Catalysts for Science Policy

Catalysts for Science Policy (CaSP) (1) educate graduate students about science policy and emphasize the importance of increasing scientist participation in science policy issues, both local and national, (2) increase graduate student awareness of various science policy careers and provide opportunities to help them become better candidates for these positions, and (3) communicate relevant science topics to government and funding agencies, and to the non-scientist community in Madison.

Randolph Ashton

Randy Ashton

Associate Professor

  • WID Faculty

Engineering brain and spinal cord tissues ex vivo using human pluripotent stem cells

John Yin

John Yin

Vilas Distinguished Achievement Professor

  • WID Faculty

Forecasting of virus-host growth and infection spread; physical and chemical origins of life

2016 Publications

2016 publications from our faculty and fellows during their time at WID are listed below. Please see each publication for additional information. View Additional Publications:

2015 Publications

2015 publications from our faculty and fellows during their time at WID are listed below. Please see each publication for additional information. View Additional Publications:

Graduate Studies at WID

Graduate students at WID partake in a highly collaborative work environment and develop new approaches to push the boundaries of their fields. With opportunities in the Institute’s many labs, graduate students study a variety of topics, ranging from data science and visualization to tissue engineering, nanomedicine, omics, and complex systems. …

2014 Publications

2014 publications from our faculty and fellows during their time at WID are listed below. Please see each publication for additional information. View Additional Publications:

2013 Publications

2013 publications from our faculty and fellows during their time at WID are listed below. Please see each publication for additional information. View Additional Publications: