Faculty working with fungi

  • Jean-Michel Ane

    Ané, Jean-Michel

    jeanmichel.ane@wisc.edu
    608-262-6457
    348 Horticulture-Moore Hall-Plant Sciences

    Bacteriology/Agronomy

    Our lab studies symbiotic associations between plants and microbes (bacteria and fungi) using genetic, molecular, and biochemical approaches.

  • David Brow

    Brow, David

    dabrow@wisc.edu
    608-262-1475
    4204B Biochemical Sciences

    Biomolecular Chemistry

    Molecular mechanisms of transcription termination and pre-mRNA splicing in yeast.

  • Elizabeth Craig

    Craig, Elizabeth

    ecraig@wisc.edu
    608-263-7105
    441E Biochemistry Addition

    Biochemistry

    Protein folding in the cell — the function of molecular chaperones in facilitating protein folding, remodeling of protein:protein complexes and protein translocation across membranes

  • Michael Culbertson

    Culbertson, Michael

    mrculber@wisc.edu
    608-262-5388
    435B Bock Labs

    Genetics and Molecular Biology

    Transcriptional and post-transcriptional control of gene expression in yeast

  • Cameron Curie

    Currie, Cameron

    currie@bact.wisc.edu
    608-265-8034
    4305 Microbial Sciences Building

    Bacteriology

    Ecological and evolutionary genomics of symbiotic systems

  • David Eide

    Eide, David

    eide@nutrisci.wisc.edu
    608-263-1613
    340B Nutritional Sciences

    Nutritional Science

    We study mechanisms cells and organisms use to survive and thrive under nutrient-deficient conditions

  • Catherine Fox

    Fox, Catherine

    cfox@wisc.edu
    608-262-9370
    5204C Biochemical Sciences Bldg

    Biomolecular Chemistry

    Mechanisms required for genome duplication and stability in eukaryotic organisms

  • Audrey Gasch

    Gasch, Audrey

    agasch@wisc.edu
    608-265-0859
    3426 Genetics/Biotech

    Genetics

    Elucidating the role, regulation, and evolution of eukaryotic stress responses.

  • Chris Todd Hittinger

    Hittinger, Chris Todd

    cthittinger@wisc.edu
    4102 Genetics/Biotech

    Genetics

    We study the evolution of the gene networks that regulate yeast carbon metabolism, yeast biodiversity, and applications in the brewing and biofuel industries.

  • Aaron Hoskins

    Hoskins, Aaron

    ahoskins@wisc.edu
    (608) 890-3101
    2214 Biochemical Sciences Building

    Biochemistry

    RNA splicing, gene expression, fluorescence microscopy, RNA/protein complexes, molecular mechanism, gene regulation, yeast genetics and biology

  • Nancy Keller

    Keller, Nancy

    npkeller@wisc.edu
    608-262-9795
    3476 Microbial Sciences Building

    Bacteriology and Medical Microbiology and Immunology

    Keller lab explores genetic regulation of virulence and natural product synthesis by fungi.. 

  • Caitlin Pepperell

    Pepperell, Caitlin

    cspepper@medicine.wisc.edu
    608-262-6167
    5301 Microbial Sciences Building

    Medicine

    Ecological and evolutionary interactions between humans and human pathogens.

  • Sushmita Roy

    Roy, Sushmita

    sroy@biostat.wisc.edu
    608-316-4453
    3168 Wisconsin Institutes for Discovery

    Biostatistics and Medical Informatics

    Machine learning methods to study the structure, function and evolution of regulatory networks and build predictive models.

  • David Schwartz

    Schwartz, David

    dcschwartz@wisc.edu
    608-265-0546
    5434 Genetics/Biotech

    Chemistry and Genetics

    Scalable discovery of human and cancer structural variation through invention and applications of single molecule systems.

  • Marvin Wickens

    Wickens, Marvin

    wickens@biochem.wisc.edu
    608-262-8007
    315B Biochemistry

    Biochemistry

    The molecular basis of RNA control: how it is accomplished, integrated and evolves, and how it is used during development and in the brain.

  • Jae-hyuk Yu

    Yu, Jae-hyuk

    jyu1@wisc.edu
    608-262-4696
    3155 Microbial Sciences Building

    Bacteriology and Genetics

    Molecular genetics and genomics of spore formation and mycotoxin biosynthesis in filamentous fungi