Ryan Ward

  • Graduate Student

Rotation project optimizing ATAC-seq in Arabidopsis

Brenton Halvorson

  • Undergraduate Student

Cellular reprogramming in order to induce a pluripotent state in the cells

Josh Rawlins

Josh Rawlins

  • Graduate Student

Human cell engineering including CRISPR gene editing and epigenetic reprogramming

Ryan Herringa

Ryan Herringa

Associate Professor

  • Discovery Fellow

Neurodevelopmental mechanisms of stress and mental illness in youth

Hailey Thurston

Hailey Thurston

  • Undergraduate Student

Reprogramming and mechanisms necessary for cell pluripotency.

Amulya Suresh

Amulya Suresh

  • Undergraduate Student

CRISPR-Cas9 Strategy to Generate DOT1L-Deficient Embryonic Stem Cells to Study Pluripotency

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

Yuanhang Wang

Yuanhang Wang

  • Undergraduate Student

Predicting long-range enhancer-promoter interactions

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

Morgan Lentz

Morgan Lentz

  • Undergraduate Student

Provide researchers with material preparations and management

Micah Dombroe

Micah Dombroe

Lab Manager

  • Research Staff

Genomic DNA sequencing and viral production. Facilitate various administrative functions.

Scientists Discovered How PCK1 Gene Is Involved In Diabetes and Metastasis in Some Types of Cancer

An international team of researchers including WID scientists has discovered new mechanisms to regulate the activity of a gene essential in metabolism, with implications for pathologies related to alterations in glucose levels in the body, such as diabetes or metastasis in some types of cancer.

Isabel Delo

Isabel Delo

  • Undergraduate Student

Epigenetic regulation of stress memory in plants