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Pamela Kreeger
Assistant Professor
Department of Biomedical Engineering
University of Wisconsin-Madison
1550 Engineering Drive, ECB 2154
Madison, WI

kreeger at wisc.edu


Contents

Graduate Students

Anthony Berger
Biomedical Engineering
PhD Program (1st year)
Co-Advised with Kristyn Masters
Cellular Decision Making in Angiogenesis
Danielle Bourgeois
Biomedical Engineering
PhD Program (3rd year)
ErbB/CXCR2 in Ovarian Cancer
Molly Carroll
Biomedical Engineering
PhD Program (1st year)
Tumor Cell-Macrophage Interactions in Ovarian Cancer
Chloe Kim
Biomedical Engineering
PhD Program (1st year)
Co-Advised with Kristyn Masters
Cellular Decision Making in Wound Healing
Mary Regier
Biomedical Engineering
PhD Program (2nd year)
Co-Advised with Kristyn Masters
Cellular Decision Making in Wound Healing
Dawn Tian
Biomedical Engineering
PhD Program (4th year)
Growth Factor Signaling in Ovarian Cancer

Post-Docs


Yao Fu, Ph.D.
Co-Advised with Kristyn Masters
Cellular Decision Making in Wound Healing

Residents


Katherine Lee, MD
Ob-Gyn
2nd year resident
Endometriosis

Undergraduates

Kevin Beane
Biomedical Engineering
Microscale Co-Culture for Ovarian Cancer
Sarah Dicker
Biomedical Engineering
Epithelial Cell Interactions in Endometriosis
Hannah Pezzi
Biomedical Engineering
Growth Factor Signaling in Ovarian Cancer
Greta Pietraszek
Pharmacology/Toxicology
Co-Advised with Kristyn Masters
Cellular Decision Making in Wound Healing


Olivia Rice
Biomedical Engineering
ErbB/CXCR2 in Ovarian Cancer

Lab Alumni

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