Brian C. VanderVen PhD firstname.lastname@example.org
Brian received his BS in microbiology from Montana State University and his PhD in Microbiology from Colorado State University where he was a graduate student in John Belisle’s lab. Brian was a Postdoctoral Fellow at Cornell University in David Russell’s laboratory.
Research Associates/Postdoctoral Fellows
Christine R. Montague, MS, PhD email@example.com
Christine is interested in single cell analysis of bacterial metabolism during infection and studying the pathways required for bacterial survival in granulomas.
Kaley M. Wilburn firstname.lastname@example.org
Kaley is interested in how M. tuberculosis assimilates cholesterol during infection and small molecules that modulate the innate immune response to M. tuberculosis.
Rachael A. Fieweger email@example.com
Rachael is interested in the regulation of bacterial metabolism during infection and the impact of innate immunity on M. tuberculosis physiology in vivo.
Scarlett E. Lee, DVM firstname.lastname@example.org
Scarlett is interested in how the effector and memory functions of antigen specific CD4+ T cells vary with age in the mouse model of TB infection.
Emma K. Roszkowski email@example.com
Emma is interested in the physiology of non-dividing M. tuberculosis, drug discovery in M. tuberculosis and other Mycobacteria.
Talitha Spanjersberg, Leadership Student (Utrecht University Netherlands), 2019
Nicholas Usher, 2019
Thuy La, Technician, 2014-2018
Naman Shah, Postdoctoral Fellow, 2015-2017
Connor Duncan, Undergraduate, 2015-2017
Caroline Moon, Leadership Student (VA-MD College of Veterinary Medicine), 2016
Mark Savage, Leadership Student (University of College Dublin), 2015
Hannah Yoo, Undergraduate, 2014-2016