• Meet the Lab

    Jesse Niehaus.
    Jesse Niehaus.

    Jesse Niehaus

    A native from the Cincinnati area, I graduated with a BS in neuroscience and a BA in psychology from the University of Cincinnati in April of 2013. Early in my undergraduate career I researched motor and non-motor behavioral traits of Parkinson’s Disease in mouse models. After exploring behavioral neuroscience, I was given the opportunity to assist in researching under Dr. Yutaka Yoshida at Cincinnati Children’s Hospital Medical Center. In this lab we looked for underlying biological mechanisms of the developing corticospinal tract. Through this undergraduate research I was introduced to Dr. Tim Vogel and his lab where I currently apply my previous education and experience into helping our lab explore the developmental and microbiological mechanisms of hydrocephalus.

    Jesse Niehaus

    Evan Meyer.
    Evan Meyer.

    Evan Meyer

    I joined Dr. Vogel’s lab in early 2014. I have a Bachelor of Science in biology from Northeastern University and five years experience as a research assistant/lab manager. I will be aiding our group’s investigation by bringing together Dr. Vogel’s clinical and laboratory research, which aims to uncover the mechanism connecting hydrocephalus and irregular cilia development. I am interested in continuing my education while here at Cincinnati Children’s Hospital Medical Center and contributing to the communal effort in evolving ways.

    Evan Meyer

  • Group photo of the Vogel Lab.

    Evan Meyer, Tim Vogel, Jesse Niehaus