Wesson laboratory

at the University of Florida

Kate White, B.S.

ph.d. student

NIH/NIDCD NRSA fellow

"Functional role of an olfactory corticostriatal pathway"

Announcements:

Sept 25th: Sonum entered her project into the Siemen's competition. Good luck Sonum!


Sept 8th: Hillary Cansler from Julian Meek's lab at UT Southwestern will be joining the lab as a postdoc this winter!


May 12th: Olga Escanilla from Pat DiLorenzo's lab at Binghamton will be joining the lab as a postdoc this winter!


TRAINING OPPORTUNITIES:
We are seeking highly motivated and creative people to tackle some major questions in neuroscience as they relate to olfaction, sensory-driven behavior, and neuroscience in general. The lab has open positions for PhD students and post-docs.
Heather Denson, B.S.

Biological scientist II

Daniel W. Wesson, Ph.D.

ASSOCIATE professor

Department of Pharmacology and Therapeutics

danielwesson [at] ufl [dot] edu

Alumni

Ling Ling Ma (2011-2014, high school student)

-present: Emory University Neuroscience major

Christina Xia (2011-2013, CWRU undergrad)
-present: student, Univ of Cincinnatti School of Medicine

Colleen Payton (2011-2012, research assistant)

-present: PhD student, Thomas Jefferson Univ.

Stacey Adjei (2011-2013, CWRU undergrad)

-present: Psychologist

Alex Houck (2012, Univ of South Carolina undergrad)

-present: student, NEOMED

Maggie Dillione (2012-2013 CWRU undergrad)

present: student, Lake Erie College of Medicine

Byrnn FitzGerald (2012-2014, Denison Univ undergrad)
-present: accepted to CWRU School of Medicine

Kavya Pai (2013-2015, CWRU undergrad)

Tony Yu (2015-2016, CWRU undergrad)

Angeline Xiong (2014-2016, CWRU undergrad)

Samantha Liu (2015-2017, CWRU undergrad)

Adrianna Milton (2016-2017, CWRU PhD student)

Emma Dauster (2014-2017, UMass Amherst PhD student)

Marie Gadziola (2013-2016, Instructor, Univ of Toronto, Scarborough)


Luke Stetzik, Ph.D.

postdoctoral researcher

Kaitlin Carlson, B.S.

ph.d. student

NIH/NIDCD NRSA Fellow:

"Attentional modulation of olfaction in mice"

Lab folks at AChemS 2017

Keiko Arakawa, M.A.

Research Assistant II

Sonum Jagetia

High school student