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Lisa Waggoner was born and raised in Brooklyn, New York. She earned a BS in chemistry from St. Joseph’s University in Philadelphia in 2002. During her graduate studies at the University of Virginia, she earned a MA in chemistry in 2003. Following completion of her graduate studies, she worked in several other labs including a research lab at the University of Virginia for 3.5 years and then at the University of Massachusetts Medical School for 6.5 years. Lisa joined the Hogan Lab in 2013, and her research is focused on vascular endothelial leak in food-induced anaphylaxis. Lisa is married to Stephen N. Waggoner, PhD, of Cincinnati Children’s Center for Autoimmune Genomics and Etiology (CAGE), has two beautiful daughters, and is expecting twins in the summer of 2015.
David received his PhD in stereology from the University of Bern, Bern, Switzerland. His postdoctoral training was completed at UCSF, and he is now a research associate in the Hogan Lab. David has extensive expertise in intestinal epithelial electrophysiology, and his current research project is focused on microRNA regulation of ion transport in intestinal epithelial cells. When away from work and the bench, he enjoys traveling.
Taeko earned her BS and PhD in biochemistry from the University of Nevada, Reno. Her research focuses on goblet cell antigen passages in food allergy. Taeko employs 2-photon microscopy imaging, culture-based approaches, and animal models to study how goblet cell antigen passages affect food-induced anaphylactic reactions. Outside of the lab, Taeko enjoys cooking and bike riding.
Simone earned his master's degree in industrial biotechnology at Università degli studi dell’Insubria di Varese (Italy) in 2010 and went on to receive his PhD in molecular biology from the Dual Degree program between the Paris Lodron University of Salzburg, Paracelsus Medical University (Salzburg) and Università degli Studi di Milano in 2014. His research focuses on the role of epigenetic memory on esophageal epithelial cell function in eosinophilic esophagitis. Simone employs culture-based approaches and computational approaches to study how epigenetic effects modulate ion transport in esophageal epithelial cells. Outside of the lab, Simone enjoys cooking and tasting new dishes, so heading to new ethnic restaurants is one of his favorite things to do in his free time.
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Heather Bear was raised on a farm in Milan, Indiana. She earned an associate degree in veterinary technology from the University of Cincinnati in 1997. Heather is a trained veterinarian surgical technician III. Heather maintains the conventional animal colony and assists with research projects in the Hogan Lab. Heather is the energizer bunny maintaining a 15-acre farm with six Clydesdales, two miniature ponies, ten cows, two dogs, two cats, a bunny, and three beautiful girls (and a husband).
Amanda Waddell, PhD, 2006-2011Postdoctoral Fellow, Penn State University, Scott College, PennsylvaniaThesis title: Role of macrophages and eosinophils in IBD
Katherine Groschwitz, PhD, 2005-2010Humboldt Postdoctoral Fellow, Munich, GermanyThesis title: Mast cell mediated intestinal epithelial barrier function in health and disease
Elizabeth Forbes-Blom, PhD, Fullbright Scholar 2004-2007Malaghan Institute of Medical Research, Wellington, New ZealandThesis title: Role of IL-9 and mast cells in intestinal anaphylaxis
Luqman Seidu, MDGeorgia Allergy: Immunology and Asthma, Atlanta, Georgia
Jennifer Bullock, MDMidwest Allergy: Asthma and Immunology Associates, Columbus, Ohio
Kris A. Steinbrecher, PhDDivision of Gastroenterology, Hepatology and Nutrition, Cincinnati Children'sProject: Role of macrophage-derived NFkB signaling in Inflammatory Bowel Disease
Fred Finkelman, MDDivision of Cellular and Molecular Immunology, Cincinnati Children'sProject: Contribution of medium-chain triglycerides in Food Allergy and Anaphylaxis
Yui-Hsi Wang, PhDDivision of Allergy and Immunology, Cincinnati Children'sProject: Innate helper cells in Food Allergy and Anaphylaxis
Noah F. Shroyer, PhDDivision of Gastroenterology, Hepatology and Nutrition, Cincinnati Children'sProject: Role of SPDEF in IL-13-induced CFTR Cl- channel expression and function in intestinal epithelial cells
Lee A. Denson, MDDivision of Gastroenterology, Hepatology and Nutrition, Cincinnati Children'sProject: Pediatric corticosteroid resistance in pediatric ulcerative colitis
Joseph D. Sherrill, PhDDivision of Allergy and Immunology, Cincinnati Children'sProject: Desmoglein regulation in esophageal barrier function.
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