Washington University in St. Louis

Dong Zhou

E-mail: zhoud@mir.wustl.edu
Missouri EPSCoR Award: Plant Imaging Consortium
Project Component: Radiochemistry
Institution/Organization: Washington University in St. Louis

Radiochemistry for plant imaging

Wenhua Chu

E-mail: chuw@mir.wustl.edu
Missouri EPSCoR Award: Plant Imaging Consortium
Project Component: Phenomics & Imaging
Institution/Organization: Washington University in St. Louis

Sergey Komarov

E-mail: komarovs@mir.wustl.edu
Missouri EPSCoR Award: Plant Imaging Consortium
Project Component: Phenomics & Imaging
Institution/Organization: Washington University in St. Louis

Develop PET for plant and conduct plant imaging experiments in Tai lab.

Buck Rogers

E-mail: brogers@radonc.wustl.edu
Missouri EPSCoR Award: Plant Imaging Consortium
Project Component: Radiochemistry
Institution/Organization: Washington University in St. Louis

Rogers provides radiotracer support for tracers that are labeled with radiometals. Model 1, works with Drs. Jurisson, Lever, and Tai on the possible evaluation of PET radiometals to determine micronutrient movement in models determined by Drs. Mendoza and Lorence. For Radiochemistry and Radioimaging cluster, works with Drs. Jurisson, Lever, and Tai and novel radiochemistry synthesis, transfer of methods, and PET imaging studies.

Yuan-Chuan Tai

E-mail: taiy@mir.wustl.edu
Missouri EPSCoR Award: Plant Imaging Consortium
Project Component: Phenomics & Imaging
Institution/Organization: Washington University in St. Louis

Phenomics & Imaging, PET imaging of Plants. Co-Lead of Model 2, Co-Director of Radio-imaging Core, Organizer and Host of Radiotracer Imaging Workshop.

Megen Devine

E-mail: devinem@wusm.wustl.edu
Missouri EPSCoR Award: Missouri Transect
Project Component: Education and Outreach Team
Institution/Organization: Washington University in St. Louis

Megen Devine is Administration Support and Communications staff in the Occupational Therapy program at Washington University School of Medicine. She provides administrative support as well as editorial support, particularly with correspondences and publications.

Jessica Dashner

E-mail: dashnerj@wusm.wustl.edu
Missouri EPSCoR Award: Missouri Transect
Project Component: Education and Outreach Team
Institution/Organization: Washington University in St. Louis

Dr. Jessica Dashner is an occupational therapy instructor and research manager for occupational therapy programs at Washington University School of Medicine. She has experience in working with young males and females with Spinal Cord Injury to provide them with a pathway to a long and rewarding careers in informatics, biological sciences and other areas of science. She is the lead on the cross-institutional certificate program in bioinformatics for persons with disabilities.

Jacob Gardner

E-mail: gardner.jake@gmail.com
Missouri EPSCoR Award: Missouri Transect
Project Component: Cyberinfrastructure Team
Institution/Organization: Washington University in St. Louis

Jacob Gardner is a PhD candidate in Computer Science at Washington University.

Roman Garnett

E-mail: garnett@wustl.edu
Missouri EPSCoR Award: Missouri Transect
Project Component: Cyberinfrastructure Team
Institution/Organization: Washington University in St. Louis

Roman Garnett is Assistant Professor in the Department of Computer Science and Engineering at Washington University in St. Louis. He has expertise in machine learning and is developing machine learning algorithms and applications to identify patterns and make predictions using Missouri Transect datasets (plant imaging and sensing, genomics, and climate).

Kilian Weinberger

E-mail: kilian@wustl.edu
Missouri EPSCoR Award: Missouri Transect
Project Component: Cyberinfrastructure Team
Institution/Organization: Washington University in St. Louis

Assistant Professor of Computer Science and Engineering is an expert in Machine Learning and Data Mining. Will collaborate with the CI team.

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