Area: Pagliarini Lab

Nicholas Zeinemann

I assist with basic lab procedures such as media creation in the Pagliarini lab.

Andrew Sung

I am an MD/PhD student in the CMB graduate program. My work in the Pagliarini lab will be focused on better understanding the underlying biochemical mechanisms of respiratory chain complex I assembly. Education B.S. in Molecular Biophysics and Biochemistry, 2015, Yale University

Laura Steenberge

I am an MD/PhD student in the iPiB program at UW. My work in the Pagliarini lab focuses on elucidating a greater understanding of the biochemical mechanisms underpinning mitochondrial metabolism pathways.

Rachel Guerra

I am a postdoc in the Pagliarini lab. I graduated from the Walensky lab at Harvard University, where I applied chemical probes, called stapled peptides, as prototype therapeutics to reactivate the deregulated apoptotic signaling pathway in cancer. I am interested in elucidating the biochemical function of uncharacterized mitochondrial proteins. Education Ph.D. Biological Chemistry and Molecular […]

Zak Baker

I am a Morgridge Postdoctoral Fellow co-supervised by Dr. Dave Pagliarini at the Morgridge Institute of Research and Dr. Betty Craig at UW-Madison. My research focuses on using multi-omic mass spectrometry based screening to identify and characterize novel cellular responses activated during disruptions of mitochondrial proteostasis. This work will help develop a better understanding of […]

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