Molecular, Cellular, and Developmental Biology
Joshua Gendron biosketch | Complete CV
Chris is a Research Assistant who is interested in how the plant circadian clock intersects with stress pathways to improve plan fitness. He handles the protein expressions and phenotyping (taking thousands of plant pictures) of the labs decoy library pipeline. Outside of the lab you can find Chris pursuing his life passion of Karate.
Wei Liu, Ph.D.
Wei is a Postdoctoral Associate focused on identifying the biological function of the circadian rhythms controlled F-box proteins. Using the unique set of genetic tools named decoy method, he has identified several novel F-box proteins likely involved in the regulation of plant growth and development.
Qingqing Wang, Ph.D.
Qingqing is a Postdoctoral Accociate working on the potential roles of F-box protein TLPs in plant growth and environmental stress in Arabidopsis.
Ann Marie Feke
Ann is a Graduate student and resident imager whisperer She studies how protein degradation controls the circadian clock and has processed all of the circadian data for the labs decoy library. Outside of the lab Ann is an avid reader and knitter and prefers to be doing both outdoors.
Dan is a Graduate student interested in researching how the plant circadian clock drives biological processes. He will specifically be studying how cycling proteasome components affect accumulation of plant metabolites. Outside of the lab you can find Dan eating nutella or on a run to work off the nutella.
Chun Chung (Ted) Leung
Ted is a rotating graduate student interested in how the circadian clock affects plant growth and development. In particular, he will be studying the interaction of the clock with sugar signaling. Outside of the lab you can find Ted burning and cutting his fingers in the kitchen.
Rotating Graduate Student:
Vashaana is an MCDB senior in Ezra Stiles College. She is an undergraduate researcher hoping to discover the unknowns within the molecular network between the plant circadian clock and essential metabolic pathways, specifically the phenylpropanoid pathway. Outside of the lab – and outside of New Haven – she enjoys playing golf and spending all waking hours at the beach.
Jessica is an undergraduate student intern interested in plant response to abiotic stress factors. She is currently studying the role of TLPs in plant growth and development. Outside of the lab, you may find Jessica dancing to the rhythm of Afrobeats or gearing up to provide basic life support as an EMT.
Role in Lab
|Elton Zhou||Undergraduate||Analyst, Business Consulting at Xelay Acumen, Inc.|
|Brandon Williams||Undergraduate||Associate at Elm Talent Group|
|Zhiping Deng||Visiting Scholar||Professor @ Zhejiang Agriculture & Forestry University|
|Annie Jin||High School Intern||University of Connecticut - PreMed Undergraduate|
|Catherine Chamberlin||Post Graduate||Ph.D Student at Duke University|
|Skylar McDermott||Undergraduate (Passage Program)||EMS School|
|Edward Schildnecht||Undergraduate (Passage Program)||Virginia Military Institute|
|Mairead Brennan||SSRI Intern||High School Student|
|Sung Mi Johnson||SSRI Intern||High School Student|
|Elijah Neveski||Under Graduate|
|Man Wah Li, Ph.D||Postdoctoral|
|Chin-Mei Lee||Postdoctoral Associate||Postdoctoral Research Fellow at the Institute of Plant & Mirobial Biology at Academia Sinica in Taipei, Taiwan.|
|Bryan Thines||Visiting Scholar||Associate Professor, Biology, University of Puget Sound.|
|Guido Secchiaroli||SSRI Intern||High School Student|
|Gabriela Soriano||SSRI Intern||High School Student|
|Yi-Chun Huang||Rotating||Graduate Student|