Anna Zinovyeva, PhD PI zinovyeva (at) ksu.edu
Li Li, PhD Postdoctoral Associate lilee (at) ksu.edu
Li got her PhD from Tongji University and worked on prd and Pax gene function in Drosophila development. She now works on understanding how microRNA activity is modulated by miRISC interactors.
Yin Wang, MSc Research assistant yinw (at) ksu.edu
Yin holds an MSc from the School of Veterinary Medicine, Kansas State University. She helps run the lab and contributes to a number of projects.
Dustin Haskell, MSc
Dustin did his Master's thesis on C. elegans germline RNP granules and now works on characterizing factors that control microRNA strand selection and/or microRNA activity.
Shilpa Hebbar, MSc
Shilpa did her Master's thesis at Manipal University studying IGF-1 and IL-6 activity in breast cancer cells. She now works on understanding the mechanisms by which microRNA production and/or activity is controlled.
Matt is a Microbiology major. He is also a Spring 2016 College of Arts and Sciences Scholar.
Kirsten is conducting an alg-1(anti) suppressor screen. She hopes to gain insight into regulation of Argonaute and microRNA function by identifying new genes that control microRNA production and activity.
Katherine joined our lab as a Freshman and is currently working on a project that will help us figure out how microRNA strand selection occurs in vivo. Katherine is a K-INBRE undergraduate scholar.
The whole lab, Fall 2016.