Former Lab Members

Postdoctoral Research Associates trained

  1. Ora Plessner.  1988-90. Instructor, Hebrew University, Rehovot, Israel
  2. Harry Kurtz.  November, 1991 to August, 1994. Recipient, USDA postdoctoral fellowship. Assistant Professor, Genetics, Biochemistry and Life Sciences, Clemson University.
  3. Jenny Saleeba.  January, 1992 to January, 1994. Lecturer, School of Biological Sciences,   University of Sydney, Sydney, Australia.
  4. Janette Fett.  January, 1995 to February, 1997. Associate Professor, Departmento de Botanica, Universidad Federal do Rio Grande do Sul, Porto Alegre, Brazil
  5. Quentin Groom.  November, 1996 to March, 1997.
  6. Dave Westenberg.  August, 1993 to July, 1997. Recipient, USDA postdoctoral fellowship.  Associate Professor, University of Missouri, Rolla, MO.
  7. Tama Fox.  August, 1996 to August, 1998.  Research Associate, UC Davis.
  8. Erin Connolly.  February, 1997 to August, 2000. Recipient, USDA postdoctoral fellowship.  Assistant Professor, University of South Carolina, Columbia, SC.
  9. David Stevenson.  August, 1997 to August, 1999.  Postdoctoral fellow, University of Wisconsin, Madison, WI.
  10. Elizabeth Rogers.  September, 1997 to August, 2001.  Recipient of Life Sciences Postdoctoral Fellowship.  Assistant Professor, Department of Biochemistry and Department of Nutritional Sciences, University of Missouri, Columbia. MO.
  11. Eric Boncompagni.  January, 1998 to August, 2000. Maître de conférences, Université de Nice-Sophia Antipolis, Nice, France.
  12. Sophie Marquis.  May, 2002 to November, 2003.  Postdoctoral fellow, Physiology Department, DMS.
  13. Suman Rawat.  May, 2002 to August, 2004.
  14. Sun A. Kim.  January, 2001 to present.
  15. Natasha Grotz.  Croasdale teaching fellow.  Department of Biological Sciences, Dartmouth College.  May, 2004 to April, 2006.  Lecturer, Department of Biological Sciences, Dartmouth College.
  16. Tracy Punshon.  July, 2005 to present.

Graduate Students trained

  1. Karen Page. Ph.D. 1994. The effect of iron, oxygen and heme on the expression of the Bradyrhizobium japonicum hemA gene. Currently: Senior Staff, Glycofi, Lebanon, NH.
  2. Ying Yi. Ph.D. 1995. Iron uptake in Arabiodpsis thaliana. Currently: Research Associate, University of Cincinnati, Cincinnati, OH.
  3. Kristin LeVier. Ph.D. 1996. Iron acquisition in Bradyrhizobium japonicum.  Currently: senior scientist, Pfizer Inc.
  4. Heather Benson. Ph.D. 2003. Iron uptake in Bradyrhizobium japonicum. Currently: Postdoctoral research associate, Dartmouth College
  5. Natasha Grotz.  Ph.D. 2004. Metal Distribution in Arabidopsis. Recipient of the Amy Lutz Rechel Award for an outstanding student in the field of Plant Biology, Association of Women in Science. Currently: Lecturer, Department of Biology, Dartmouth College.
  6. Brenda Parson. Ph.D. 2005. Molecular Characterization of Zip Metal Transporters in Arabidopsis thaliana. Currently: Postdoctoral research associate, Dartmouth College.
  7. Elizabeth Colangelo. Ph.D. 2006. NIGMS Trainee. Currently: postdoctoral fellow, Salk Institute for Biological Studies.
  8. Aaron Atkinson. Ph.D. 2006. Recipient of the Young Scientist Award, Council for Biotechnology Information. GAANN fellow. Currently: postdoctoral fellow, University of Utah Medical School.
  9. Stephanie Batchelet. Ph.D. 2008. Currently: teaching fellow, James Madison University.
  10. Jeeyon Jeong. Ph.D. 2008. Currently: postdoctoral fellow, University of Wisconsin, Madison.
  11. Joohyun Lee. Ph.D. 2008. Currently: postdoctoral fellow, University of Wisconsin, Madison.
  12. Joe Morrissey. Ph.D. 2010. Currently: postdoctoral fellow, Ecole Normale Superieure, Paris.
  13. Christine Palmer. Ph.D. 2011. Currently: postdoctoral fellow, UC Davis.
  14. Maria Lo (nee Hindt). Ph.D. 2015.
  15. Amanda Socha. Ph.D. 2016.
  16. Suzana Car. Ph.D. 2017.
  17. Heng-Hsuan Chu
  18. Britney Privett