Erika Da-Inn Lee

Erika Lee

  • Graduate Student

Developing computational tools to learn the principles of genome organization

Molly Carroll

Molly Carroll

  • Postdoctoral Associate

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

Sarah Stevens

Sarah Stevens

Data Science Hub Facilitator

  • Research Staff

Facilitating connections and training researchers in data science.

Brian Yandell

Brian Yandell

Professor

  • Discovery Fellow

Co-lead of Data Science Hub (datascience.wisc.edu). Research on systems genetics.

Federico Rey

Federico Rey

Assistant Professor

  • Discovery Fellow

Gut bacterial metabolism and human health

Ahna Skop

Ahna Skop

Professor

  • Discovery Fellow

Mechanisms that underlie cell division and using scientific art to engage the public

Stefan Pietrzak

Stefan Pietrzak

  • Graduate Student

Transcriptional and epigenetic mechanisms regulating cellular differentiation and reprogramming

Sarah Leichter

Sarah Leichter

  • Graduate Student

Epigenetic regulation of chromatin structure

Sean Palecek

Sean Palecek

Professor

  • Discovery Fellow

Engineering platforms to regulate human pluripotent stem cell differentiation

Mara Beebe

Mara Beebe

  • Undergraduate Student

Relationship between microbiome and depression.

Weaning Crops from Nitrogen Fertilizers: Examining Evolution’s Innovations

WID researcher Sushmita Roy and collaborators at UW­–Madison and the University of Florida will use a $7 million grant from the U.S. Department of Energy to study how some plants partner with bacteria to create usable nitrogen and to transfer this ability to the bioenergy crop poplar.

Weipeng Zhou

Weipeng Zhou

  • Undergraduate Student

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

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

Alexis Lawton

Alexis Lawton

  • Graduate Student

Understanding the mechanisms and biological functions of reversible protein acetylation.

Anastasia Lindahl

Ana Lindahl

  • Graduate Student
  • Kohler Fellows @ WID

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

Page Lab

Algorithms for data mining and machine learning, and their applications to biomedical data, especially clinical and high-throughput genetic and other molecular data. Of particular interest are inductive logic programming (ILP) and other multi-relational learning techniques capable of dealing with complex data points (such as molecules or clinical histories) and producing logical rules.

Roy Lab

A computational biology group interested in developing statistical computational methods to understand regulatory networks driving cellular functions. The lab works to identify networks under different environmental, developmental and evolutionary contexts, comparing these networks across contexts, and construct predictive models from these networks.

Handelsman Lab

Understanding diversity in microbial communities and their role in infectious disease; in particular, the genetic basis for stability of microbial communities, the role of a gut community as a source of opportunistic pathogens, and the soil microbial community as a source of new antibiotics and antibiotic resistance genes.

Denu Lab

Investigating the mechanism and biological function of reversible protein modifications involved in modulating signal transduction, chromatin dynamics, and gene activation and addressing the “Histone Code” hypothesis by beginning to understand histone modification signaling code and its mechanisms and regulation.

Dean Sanders

Dean Sanders

  • Graduate Student

How epigenetic mechanisms regulate plant stress responses