Lab Life

In the Spotlight
Congratulations to Katya Sosnovski and the Haberman lab for their publication “GATA6-AS1 regulates intestinal epithelial mitochondrial functions, and its reduced expression is linked to intestinal inflammation and less favorable disease course in ulcerative colitis” in the Journal of Crohn’s and Colitis. We look forward to continued collaborations!
VanDussen lab at Perfect North Slopes.
Here is evidence that it does get sufficiently cold in the Cincinnati area for snow, although it never seems to stick around!
Jacob Socha.
Jacob presents his first poster at a national meeting at the FASEB Summer Research Conference: Gastrointestinal Tract XX in Steamboat, Colorado.
Martin Emerson.
Martin did a great job presenting his poster at the 2022 SURF Program Capstone Event.
Connor Kuntz.
Connor did a great job presenting his poster at the 2022 SURF Program Capstone Event.
VanDussen Lab at the Reds game.
The VanDussen lab stays cool in the shady seats at the Great American Ball Park. Go Reds! Thanks to Cincinnati Children’s Hospital for providing us with the tickets to this fun annual event!
Kelli VanDussen.
Kelli traveled to San Diego to attend Digestive Diseases Week 2022… in person! She presented two abstracts from our lab and reconnected with colleagues.
Caroline Klug.
Caroline presented a poster of her research at the University of Cincinnati’s annual Undergraduate Scholarly Showcase. This is a great professional development opportunity for our UC students!
VanDussen lab group photo.
The VanDussen lab carries on the tradition of making L-WRN conditioned medium as a team.
Jacob Socha.
Jacob passed his qualifying exam and has officially transitioned to a PhD candidate!
Kate Thad.
Congratulations to Kate (Kelli’s undergraduate mentee in the Stappenbeck lab) on her Crohn’s and Colitis Foundation Student Research Award! It’s going to be a great summer for you, Kate!
Kelli VanDussen.
The TC room is open for business!