Shivani Saxena

  • Graduate Student

Engineering cells and organism via genome editing and studying the delivery method for CRISPR/Cas9

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

Min Zhu

MIn Zhu

  • Graduate Student

Nanoparticles for delivery of therapeutic agents and with gene-editing

Sean Palecek

Sean Palecek

Professor

  • Discovery Fellow

Engineering platforms to regulate human pluripotent stem cell differentiation

UW-Madison to be Partner in Center for Cell Manufacturing Technologies

The National Science Foundation has awarded nearly $20 million to a consortium of universities to support a new engineering research center that will develop transformative tools and technologies for the consistent, scalable, and low-cost production of high-quality living therapeutic cells. Several WID investigators are collaborators on the project.

Kaivalya Molugu

  • Graduate Student

Biophysical regulation of cellular reprogramming

Caleb Dillingham

Caleb Dillingham

  • Graduate Student

Epigenetic mechanisms of somatic cell reprogramming.

Shaoqin (Sarah) Gong

Sarah Gong

Kellett Mid-Career Award 2018-2023
Vilas Distinguished Achievement Professor

  • WID Faculty

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

Rupa Sridharan

Rupa Sridharan

Associate Professor

  • WID Faculty

Epigenetic control of cell identity in pluripotency, development and disease

Krishanu Saha

Kris Saha

Associate 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.