Technician since 2015
- Mouse Work
- Lab/Equipment maintenance
- Vendor relations
- Next-generation DNA sequencing (MiSeq)
- Miscellaneous side projects
- BS: University of Michigan (2011)
I’m currently Dr. Schloss’ lab technician/psuedo-manager. I handle the day-to-day operations for us. Amongst my responsibilities are: assisting grad students/post docs with mouse and bench work, supply procurement, general lab maintenance, and equipment upkeep/maintenance. In addition, I handle the lab’s compliance with university, state, and federal guidelines. Most of my time, however, is spent on miscellaneous side (Pat) projects. These are often sequencing related collaborations with individuals, labs, and companies from all over the country.
Papers from time in Schloss lab
Schloss PD, Jenior ML, Koumpouras CC, Westcott SL, Highlander SK.
Sequencing 16S rRNA gene fragments using the PacBio SMRT DNA sequencing system.
Doherty MD, Ding T, Koumpouras C, Telesco SE, Monast C, Das A, Brodmerkel C, Schloss PD.
Fecal microbiota signatures are associated with response to Ustekinumab therapy among Crohn’s Disease patients.
Yu AI, Zhao L, Eaton KA, Ho S, Chen J, Poe S, Becker J, Gonzalez A, McKinstry D, Hasso M, Mendoza-Castrejon J, Whitfield J, Koumpouras C, Schloss PD, Martens EC, and Chen GY.
Gut microbiota modulate CD8 T cell responses to influence colitis-associated tumorigenesis.
Hagan AK, Lesniak NA, Balunas MJ, Bishop L, Close WL, Doherty MD, Elmore AG, Flynn KJ, Hannigan GK, Koumpouras CC, Jenior ML, Kozik AJ, McBride K, Rifkin SB, Stough JMA, Sovacool KL, Sze MA, Tomkovich S, Topçuoğlu BD, Schloss PD.
Ten simple rules to increase computational skills among biologists with Code Clubs.
PLOS Computational Biology