Jo Handelsman

Jo Handelsman

WID Director

  • WID Faculty

Genetic and biochemical processes underlying interactions within plant and human microbiomes.

Ahna Skop

Ahna Skop

Professor

  • Discovery Fellow

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

Tools for Discovery: Sam Rikkers

Sam Rikkers was born and raised in south central Wisconsin but has managed to make his mark in far-flung places. A graduate of Columbia University with a Master of International Affairs, he has served the Peace Corps in Zambia, earned a Law Degree from the University of Wisconsin and served …

Jane Zhang

Jane Zhang

  • Undergraduate Student

Create illustrations to contribute to Evolvix rebranding and educational media material.

Ginger Ann

Outreach Manager

  • Administrative Staff

Enhancing outreach and contributing to the Wisconsin Idea philosophy.

Kevin Mayer

Kevin Mayer

  • Graduate Student

How does plant chromatin regulate gene expression in response to environmental stress?

Dean Sanders

Dean Sanders

  • Graduate Student

How epigenetic mechanisms regulate plant stress responses

Josh Pultorak

Josh Pultorak

Instructor, Small World Initiative

  • Research Staff

Interdisciplinary undergraduate science education with an emphasis on experimental biology.

Sarah Lehman

Sarah Lehman

Events and Communications Student Assistant

  • Undergraduate Student

Assists in all event and communications related work.

Johan Bengtsson-Palme

Johan Bengtsson-Palme

  • Postdoctoral Associate

Effects of antibiotic exposure on invasion, robustness and interactions in microbial communities

Xuehua Zhong

Assistant Professor

  • WID Faculty

Epigenetic regulation of plant genome integrity, developmental and environmental interaction

Rush Dhillon

Rush Dhillon

  • Postdoctoral Associate

Mechanisms underlying biochemical and physiological adaptations within the mitochondria.

Nicole Piscopo

Nicole Piscopo

  • Graduate Student

High-Content Analysis of Heterogeneity in Manufacturing of Chimeric Antigen Receptor (CAR) T Cells.