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Post-Doctoral Researchers

Postdoctoral Researchers and Research Associates in Molecular Biosciences founded and are very active in the campus-wide KU Postdoctoral Association.  This group holds monthly meetings devoted to enhancing professional development, building interdisciplinary collaborations, and supporting a community of 300+ postdoctoral researchers on campus.  Please visit the KU Postdoctoral Association's webpage for details about upcoming events.
Rob Unckless Lab
4055 Haworth Hall

Hometown: Tauranga, New Zealand

Roberto De Guzman Lab
3116 Integrated Science Building (ISB)

Hometown:  Kolkata, India

Berl Oakley Lab
7050 Haworth Hall

Hometown:  University City, Missouri

Stuart Macdonald Lab
4043 Haworth Hall

Hometown: Smithville, Missouri

Erik Holmstrom Lab
3007 Haworth

Hometown: Kurunegala, Sri Lanka

Liang Xu Lab
3117 Integrated Science Building (ISB)

Hometown:  Yangquan, Shanxi, China

Rob Unckless Lab
4055 Haworth Hall

Hometown:  Oxford, England

Liang Xu Lab
3117 Integrated Science Building (ISB)

Hometown:  Enshi, China

Brian Ackley Lab
5004 Haworth Hall

Hometown: Overland Park, Kansas


Erik Lundquist Lab
5049 Haworth Hall

Hometown:  Easton, Missouri

Rob Ward Lab
4004 Haworth Hall

Hometown:  West Des Moines, Iowa

Erik Holmstrom Lab
3007 Haworth Hall

Hometown:  Calcutta (Kolkata), India

Joanna Slusky Lab
4010 Haworth Hall

Hometown:  Bombay, India



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