• Meet the Lab

    Photo of Satish K. Madala.
    Photo of Satish K. Madala.

    Satish K. Madala, PhD

    Satish K. Madala, PhD, joined the laboratory in April 2010 after completing a post-doctoral training in the laboratory of Dr. Thomas A. Wynn, Immunopathogenesis Section, Laboratory of Parasitic Diseases, at the National Institute of Allergy and Infectious Diseases. Dr. Madala received his PhD in protein biochemistry at Osmania University, India. Dr. Madala has extensive experience in general molecular biology techniques and his individual research is focused on immunologically-mediated mechanisms of remodeling in the lung and skin, along with identifying sources of mesenchymal cells in fibrosing tissue. 
    satish.madala@cchmc.org

    Satish K. Madala

    Photo of Stephanie Schmidt.
    Photo of Stephanie Schmidt.

    Stephanie Schmidt, BS

    Stephanie Schmidt, BS joined the laboratory in 2007 and has worked at Cincinnati Children’s hospital since 2003. She received her degree from Xavier and has co-authored four manuscripts.
    stephanie.schmidt@cchmc.org

    Stephanie Schmidt

    Photo of Cynthia Davidson.
    Photo of Cynthia Davidson.

    Cynthia Davidson, BS, MS

    Cynthia Davidson, BS, MS joined the laboratory in 2004. She received her undergraduate and graduate degrees from Wright State University. She has co-authored six manuscripts.
    cynthia.davidson@cchmc.org

    Cynthia Davidson

    Photo of William D. Hardie.
    Photo of William D. Hardie.

    William D. Hardie, MD

    William D. Hardie, MD received his BS from Ohio Wesleyan University and MD from Vanderbilt School of Medicine. He completed his pediatric residency and fellowship in pulmonary medicine at Cincinnati Children’s Hospital and has remained on faculty since 1996. In addition to his work in the laboratory, Dr. Hardie is active seeing patients in both inpatient and outpatient settings, and oversees the pulmonary function laboratory.

    William D. Hardie

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