In search of the molecular underpinnings of human disease

It doesn’t slow down in Spring and Summer in the Bodamer Lab.

 
L-R:  Bodamer Lab Team and Associates – Rachel Donaldson (undergrad Duke), I-Jung Tsai (Joyce, National Taiwan University), Ivana Mihalek, Katlynn Gwilt (Gussoni Lab), Aishwarya Devarajan, Emanuela Gussoni, Olaf Bodamer, Chanjuan Hao (visiting from Beijing Children’s Hospital), Lee Chuan Li, Christina Hung

 

Recent visiting scholars in the Bodamer Lab include Connor Goggins (senior from Windsor High School) and Rachel Donaldson (undergrad majoring in Neuroscience from Duke University).

Collin Goggins, Christina Hung and Rachel Donaldson

Connor worked for three weeks in May focusing on the topic of Neimann-Pick Disease Type C and Rachel is staying for the entire summer working on the research of Neimann-Pick Disease Type C.  Also Katherine Lin is back this summer continuing her work in Rasopathies research.

 

Chanjuan Hao, PhD from China joined the team as an International Observer for almost two months. She is an Associate Professor from Beijing Pediatric Research Institute, part of Beijing Children’s Hospital, Xicheng District, Beijing, China.

 

Welcome to the newest team member, Lee-Chuan Li.  He earned his MS from Boston University and is currently supporting the PMAP study.