Brian C. VanderVen PhD email@example.com
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. The VanderVen lab at Cornell opened for business in 2014.
Research Associates/Postdoctoral Fellows
Christine R. Montague, MS, PhD firstname.lastname@example.org
Christine received her BS in Mechanical Engineering from University of Virginia, MS in Biomedical Engineering from Iowa State University, and her PhD in Biomedical Engineering University of Virginia. 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 email@example.com
Kaley attended the University of Central Florida where she majored in Biomedical Sciences. Kaley is interested in how Mtb assimilates cholesterol during infection and small molecules that modulate the innate immune response to Mtb.
Rachael A. Fieweger firstname.lastname@example.org
Rachael attended the University of Wisconsin where she majored in Genetics. Rachael is interested in the regulation of bacterial metabolism during infection and the impact of innate immunity on Mtb physiology in vivo.
Scarlett E. Lee, DVM email@example.com
Scarlett received her DVM from Cornell University College of Veterinary Medicine. 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.
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