University of Wisconsin–Madison

ERP Alumni

wdt_ID Name Degree Earned Thesis Title Advisor Current Position/Appointment
1 2017-2018
2 Luca Clemente PhD "Engineering preeclampsia" through overexpression of the epidermal growth factor receptor in uterine artery endothelial cells Bird Postdoctoral Scholar, University of Wisconsin
3 Fatou Jallow PhD Estrogen receptor ligands drive progression of prolactin-induced estrogen receptor alpha positive breast cancer in virto and in vivo Schuler Assistant Researcher, Institute for Clinical and Translational Research, University of Wisconsin - Madison
4 Amamda Hankes PhD TNF-alpha suppresses pregnancy-adapted endothelial function through acute and long-term mechanisms; new insights to the origins of preclampsia Bird Senior Scientist Group Leader, Eurofins Lancaster Laboratories (Gaithersburg, MD)
5 Rosalina Villalon Landeros PhD Role of Estradiol-17Beta and its metabolites in vascular function during pregnancy: a study of pregnancy-specific programming of ovine uterine artery endothelium Magness, Zheng Clinical Research Coordinator, Department of Obsetetrics & Gynecology, University of Wisconsin - Madison
6 Samantha Weaver PhD Perturbation of the peripartum serotonergic axis: Outcomes on maternal and neonatal calcium and bone Hernandez Postdoctoral Scholar, Mayo Clinic
7 2016-2017
8 Ahmed Aljohani, MBBS PhD The role of hepatic stearoyl-coa desaturase 1 in regulating systemic metabolism Ntambi Instructor, King Saud University for Health Sciences (Riyadh, Saudi Arabia)
9 Bryan Ampey PhD Cyclic nucleotides locally modulate uterine vascular intercellular gap junction communication to maintain uterine blood flow during pregnancy Magness AAAS Fellow, National Institutes of Health
10 Danielle Berdahl, MD MS Modeling preeclampsia dysfunction in a HUVEC model and exploring rescue by CLA Bird Provider (Eau Claire, WI)