Igor Slukvin, who studies hematopoietic stem cells, in his lab at the WNRPC (University Communications image).

Professor Igor Slukvin in the hematopoietic stem cell lab

Our Scientists and Research Labs

The following scientists have core research support from the WNPRC. They also collaborate with scientists and physicians from UW–Madison as well as nationally and internationally.

David Abbott (polycystic ovary disease)

Graham L. Banes (evolutionary biology, conservation genomics)

Ricki Colman (calorie restriction and aging, nutrition)

Marina Emborg (Parkinson’s disease, stem cells, gene editing)

David T. Evans (Human and simian immunodeficiency viruses)

Thomas Friedrich (global infectious disease)

Ted Golos (maternal-fetal interface and reproductive tract immunology, embryonic genomic editing)

Amita Kapoor (Assay Services)

Joe Kurian (neuroendocrinology, metabolism, and neuroscience)

Jon Levine (polycystic ovary disease, menopause)

Andres Mejia (veterinary pathology)

David O’Connor (global infectious disease)

Shelby O’Connor (global infectious disease)

Peter Pierre (behavioral services)

Eva Rakasz (HIV)

Jeffrey Rogers’ home page at Baylor College of Medicine (non-human primate genetics)

Yuri B. Saalmann (cognitive control, consciousness, neural coding)

Nancy Schultz-Darken (neuroendocrinology, metabolism, and neuroscience)

Heather Simmons (veterinary pathology)

Igor Slukvin (stem cells, blood-derived cells, immunology)

Ei Terasawa (neuroendrocrine developmental hormones, triggers of puberty, Parkinson’s disease, stem cells)

James Thomson (stem cells, regenerative biology)

Toni Ziegler (behavioral endocrinology, hormone measurements)