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We are always interested in meeting students interested to learn more about the lab and exceptional postdoctoral candidates looking to pursue training in developmental genetics.
Principal InvestigatorAssistant Professor of Pediatrics
Dr. Stottmann grew up in Maryland and received BS (Physiology and Neurobiology) and MS (Developmental Neurobiology) degrees from the University of Maryland, College Park. He did his graduate work in the Duke University Medical Center Department of Cell Biology working on the role of Bone Morphogenetic Signaling in the developing nervous system. He pursued postdoctoral training at the Brigham and Women's Hospital, Harvard Medical School. As a postdoctoral fellow, Dr. Stottmann studied the techniques of forward genetics and positional cloning seeking ways to apply this tool to developmental biology. His long-term interest is in the genetic basis of human congenital defects.
MDB Graduate Student
Andrew graduated with a Bachelor’s of Science in biological sciences from University of Cincinnati in 2014. He joined the Molecular Developmental Biology program with an interest in characterizing novel mutations causing congenital malformations.
Research FellowPostdoctoral Researcher
Dr. Driver is originally from Wisconsin and received her BS in Animal Science from the University of Wisconsin-Madison. She continued at UW-Madison for her PhD focusing on the role of imprinted genes during bovine pre-implantation development. Upon joining the Stottmann lab, Ashley’s research interest has focused on how abnormal cholesterol biosynthesis affects neural progenitor development in the embryonic forebrain. In addition, Ashley has been actively involved in both ENU forward genetic screens and postnatal brain development projects.
Marshall grew up in Dayton, OH and attended Case Western Reserve University for his BA in Biochemistry and Evolutionary Biology and graduated in 2011. He then completed a post-baccalaureate research fellowship at the NIH/NIAID in Mike Lenardo’s lab where he worked on primary immunodeficiency. He joined UC’s MD/PhD program in 2013 and joined the Stottmann lab in Fall 2015 for his PhD in Molecular and Developmental Biology.
Research Assistant II
Chelsea is a native of Southwest Ohio. She went to Miami University and received her BS in Zoology in 2013. She joined the lab in February 2014.
Research Assistant IV
Laura received her BS in Biological Sciences in 2005 from Bowling Green State University in Bowling Green, OH. She then received her MS in Microbial Genetics at the University of Cincinnati in December 2008. In January 2009, Laura began working at Cincinnati Children’s studying cloaca malformations before joining the Stottmann lab in May 2015.
John grew up in central Ohio and attended Wheaton College (IL) where he completed his BS in Biology in the spring of 2013. In the fall of 2013 he entered the Neuroscience Graduate Program at the University of Cincinnati. John joined the Stottmann Lab in the spring of 2014.
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Milene DonlinAdjunct FacultyCincinnati State College and Beckfield College
Luke KnudsonCompleted co-op termsFinishing BS Degree at Univ. Cincinnati
Megan Cionni Primary education teacherCincinnati area
Iris GuerreiroFormer Master's student internUniversity of Paris, Diderot
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