Faculty Mentors

2017 

 

bivort_benDr. Ben de Bivort | To understand the neurobiological mechanisms of ecologically and evolutionarily relevant behaviors | Summer Intern: Marlin Figgins 

Dr. Victoria D'Souza | Dr. D'Souza's lab uses nuclear magnetic resonance to understand how retroviruses employ various RNA structures | Summer Intern: Josephine Tang

Dr. Rachelle Gaudet Laboratory | We use a combination of x-ray crystallography, biophysical and biochemical techniques, and functional assays to study the stereochemistry of signaling and transport through biological membranes. Summer Intern: Keri Ngo 

Dr. Matthew Shair Laboratory | The mechanistic basis of human diseases, identify new druggable targets, and develop therapeutics | Summer Intern: Emily Harrison 

christina wooDr. Christina Woo | The Woo lab studies the intersection between small molecules and proteins | Summer Intern: Paloma Tuttle 

yun zhangDr. Yun ZhangCircuit Mechanisms of Learning | Summer Intern: Juan Carlos Martinez Cervantes

 

 

2016 

Dr. David Cox Laboratory Our laboratory seeks to understand the computational underpinnings of object recognition. Summer Intern: Roberto Barroso-Luque

Dr. Sean Eddy Laboratory | Algorithm development for computational genome sequence analysis. Summer Intern: Tyler Camp

Dr. Rachelle Gaudet Laboratory | We use a combination of x-ray crystallography, biophysical and biochemical techniques, and functional assays to study the stereochemistry of signaling and transport through biological membranes. Summer Intern: Stephanie Kabeche 

 Dr. Susan Mango Laboratory The Mango lab studies organ development and physiology using a simple organ, the C. elegans pharynx (or foregut), which nonetheless faces the same hurdles that confront organs in more complex animals. Summer Intern: Christopher Reid 

Dr. Venki Murthy | Our research group is interested in understanding how neural circuits process information, particularly in the rodent olfactory system. Summer Intern: Alan Wei

Dr. Matthew Shair Laboratory | The mechanistic basis of human diseases, identify new druggable targets, and develop therapeutics. Summer Intern: Jacob Ferreira


2015

Dr. Victoria D'Souza
Dr. Rachelle Gaudet
Dr. Elena Kramer
Dr. Alex Schier 
Dr. Xiaowei Zhuang