Doug Fowler, Ph. D.   Doug’s background is in protein science and genomics. He loves learning, developing new methods and helping people realize their goals.   @dougfowler42  dfowler [at] uw.edu

Doug Fowler, Ph. D.

Doug’s background is in protein science and genomics. He loves learning, developing new methods and helping people realize their goals.

@dougfowler42
dfowler [at] uw.edu

Nick Hasle   Nick's research focuses on using microscopy to study thousands of genetic variants in a single experiment. Using a method he developed called Visual Cell Sorting, he seeks to understand the relationships between disease-associated missense mutations, protein localization, and cellular morphology.  haslen [at] uw.edu

Nick Hasle

Nick's research focuses on using microscopy to study thousands of genetic variants in a single experiment. Using a method he developed called Visual Cell Sorting, he seeks to understand the relationships between disease-associated missense mutations, protein localization, and cellular morphology.

haslen [at] uw.edu

Vanessa Nguyen   Vanessa has a background in computational protein engineering and is interested in utilizing high-throughput protein phenotyping to improve computational protein engineering approaches

Vanessa Nguyen

Vanessa has a background in computational protein engineering and is interested in utilizing high-throughput protein phenotyping to improve computational protein engineering approaches

 
Melissa Chiasson   Melissa develops mammalian cell-based technologies for measuring protein variants in a multiplex manner and applies these methods to pharmacogenes.   @melchiasson  chiasson [at] uw.edu

Melissa Chiasson

Melissa develops mammalian cell-based technologies for measuring protein variants in a multiplex manner and applies these methods to pharmacogenes.

@melchiasson
chiasson [at] uw.edu

Gabe Boyle   Gabe is interested in developing new technology in genomics and high-throughput protein science to improve our understanding of how drugs work and how their use can be personalized to the patient.  gboyle2 [at] uw.edu

Gabe Boyle

Gabe is interested in developing new technology in genomics and high-throughput protein science to improve our understanding of how drugs work and how their use can be personalized to the patient.

gboyle2 [at] uw.edu

Nick Popp     Nick's research interests lie in understanding how variation in genes leads to disease and what interventions can be developed. As such, his work focuses on building new genomic tools to assess gene variation at scale and developing techniques to improve the specificity of existing gene editing technologies.   @poppn13  poppn [at] uw.edu

Nick Popp

Nick's research interests lie in understanding how variation in genes leads to disease and what interventions can be developed. As such, his work focuses on building new genomic tools to assess gene variation at scale and developing techniques to improve the specificity of existing gene editing technologies.

@poppn13
poppn [at] uw.edu

 
Jason Stephany   Jason's undergraduate and early work was in vaccines and Immunology and now develops sequencing startegies based on Illumina and PacBio platforms.  jjsteph [at] uw.edu

Jason Stephany

Jason's undergraduate and early work was in vaccines and Immunology and now develops sequencing startegies based on Illumina and PacBio platforms.

jjsteph [at] uw.edu

Hyeon-Jin Kim   Hyeon-Jin develops high-throughput imaging-based methods to understand transcriptional dynamics.  hjk3017 [at] uw.edu

Hyeon-Jin Kim

Hyeon-Jin develops high-throughput imaging-based methods to understand transcriptional dynamics.

hjk3017 [at] uw.edu

Snehal Nariya   Snehal has a background in Microbiology. Her master's thesis focused on oxygen cycling in methanotrophs and her early work focused on relationship between lung microbiome and airway diseases such as Asthma and COPD. She is interested in learning about sequencing strategies based on Illumina and PacBio platforms.  snehee08 [at] uw.edu

Snehal Nariya

Snehal has a background in Microbiology. Her master's thesis focused on oxygen cycling in methanotrophs and her early work focused on relationship between lung microbiome and airway diseases such as Asthma and COPD. She is interested in learning about sequencing strategies based on Illumina and PacBio platforms.

snehee08 [at] uw.edu

 
Shawn Fayer   Shawn is a certified genetic counselor and is interested in developing new technologies to understand the functional significance of genetic variation.   @ShawnFayerGC  sfayer [at] uw.edu

Shawn Fayer

Shawn is a certified genetic counselor and is interested in developing new technologies to understand the functional significance of genetic variation.

@ShawnFayerGC
sfayer [at] uw.edu

Join us   The Fowler lab is seeking students, postdoctoral fellows and staff! Contact Doug if you are interested.

Join us

The Fowler lab is seeking students, postdoctoral fellows and staff! Contact Doug if you are interested.

Sriram Pendyala   Sriram focuses on developing multiplexed methods to link perturbations in eukaryotic cells to optical and transcriptomic readouts.  pendyala [at] uw.edu

Sriram Pendyala

Sriram focuses on developing multiplexed methods to link perturbations in eukaryotic cells to optical and transcriptomic readouts.

pendyala [at] uw.edu

Abbye McEwen   Abbye is a cell biologist by training. During her doctoral work, she studied the basic science of cell-cell adhesion in the cadherin-catenin system. She is currently a resident physician interested in using deep mutational scanning to aid in the interpretation of clinical genetics results.   @AbbyeNormalMD  amcewen [at] uw.edu

Abbye McEwen

Abbye is a cell biologist by training. During her doctoral work, she studied the basic science of cell-cell adhesion in the cadherin-catenin system. She is currently a resident physician interested in using deep mutational scanning to aid in the interpretation of clinical genetics results.

@AbbyeNormalMD
amcewen [at] uw.edu

 

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