Ryan Herringa

Ryan Herringa

Associate Professor

  • Discovery Fellow

Neurodevelopmental mechanisms of stress and mental illness in youth

Noah Stanis

Noah Stanis

  • Entering Discovery

Interactions between organisms and their presence in the world under changing environments

Brody Rhodes

Brody Rhodes

Tiny Earth Chem Hub Intern

  • Entering Discovery

Characterizing bacterial isolates from around the world for their spectrum of antibiotic activity

Stuart Fass

Stuart Fass

  • Undergraduate Student

Genetic basis for Polyethylene degradation in Galleria mellonella gut flora

UW–Madison Researchers Earn Army Research Office Grant to Study Microbial Communication

WID Director Jo Handelsman and biochemistry professor Ophelia Venturelli are part of a multi-university interdisciplinary team awarded a grant to study information transmission in microbial communities and how biological networks communicate.

Tessa Doersch

Tessa Doersch

  • Undergraduate Student

Developing Stem Cell-Derived Dorsal Horn Interneurons for Regeneration of Somatosensory Circuits

Logan Wright

Logan Wright

  • Research Staff

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

Noah Nicol

Noah NIcol

  • Undergraduate Student

Dorsal horn interneuron generation from ESC and spinal integration of regionalized transplants.

WID Hubs Launch at Illuminating Connections Event

WID’s new hubs—Data Science, Multi-Omics, and Illuminating Discovery—represent a new path forward for collaborative research projects and fields.

Erika Da-Inn Lee

Erika Lee

  • Graduate Student

Developing computational tools to learn the principles of genome organization

Jacky Tian

Jacky Tian

  • Undergraduate Student

Development of motor neurons derived from human stem cells via sectioning, staining, and microscopy

Molly Carroll

Molly Carroll

  • Postdoctoral Associate

Application of computational models to predict cancer prognostics from proteomics and secretomics