Andreas Doncic, Postdoctoral researcher 2009-2015, now Assistant Prof. of Cell Biology at UT Southwestern (deceased 2018)
Jennifer Ewald, Postdoctoral researcher 2010-2016, now Assistant Prof. University of Tübingen
Kurt Schmoller, Postdoctoral researcher 2012-2017, now Assistant Prof. Helmholtz Institute, Munich
Umut Eser, Ph.D. Applied Physics, 2008-13 Thesis : Spatio-temporal regulation of cell cycle transcription.
Subsequent position : Postdoc with Stirling Churchman at Harvard Medical School now Director of Data Science at Cellarity
Amy Johnson, Ph.D. Biology, 2009-14 Thesis : Onset of Cdk2 activity determines passage through the restriction point in primary cells.
Subsequent position : Biotech industry, scientist at Regeneron.
Amanda Amodeo, Ph.D. Biology, 2009-14 co-mentor Aaron Straight Thesis : Histone titration by DNA sets the threshold for the mid-blastula transition in Xenopus Subsequent position : Lewis-Sigler Fellow (PI) Princeton University
Oguzhan Atay, Ph.D. Biology, 2012-2016, Thesis: Not Isolated, But Still Insulated: Switch-like Transitions Modularize Biological Networks.
Subsequent position: founder of Billiontoone Biotech company
Clayton Schwarz, Ph.D. Biology, 2012-2018, Thesis: A precise Cdk activity threshold determines passage through the restriction point. Subsequent position: postdoc with Prof. Eric Siggia, The Rockefeller University.
Jon Turner, Ph.D. Biology, 2011-2018, Thesis: Distinct mechanisms of multisite phosphorylation of the transcriptional inhibitor Whi5 regulate the budding yeast cell cycle. Subsequent position: biotech scientist with enEvolve
Devon Chandler-Brown, Ph.D. Biology, 2013-2019, Thesis: Regulation of Cell Size and the Size Dependence of Gene Expression. Subsequent position: biotech scientist with Billiontoone Inc.
Daniel Berensen, MD/Ph.D.Biology, 2014-2019, Thesis: Measurement and maintenance of human cell size. Subsequent position: Medical student.
Undergraduates and Technicians
Franklin Caval-Holme : Stanford Biology Undergraduate 2010-13 Dean's Award for signficant academic achievement for an undergraduate Senior Thesis : Whi5 Inheritance Influences the Size-Threshold for Cell Cycle Commitment (Start) in the S.Cerevisiae Cell Cycle Subsequent position : applying for graduate school
Melody Falleur-Fettig : Life Science Technician II 2008-2012, founding member of Skotheim lab
Taryn Malia Sumabat : Stanford Biology Undergraduate 2009-2011 Subsequent position : Teaching with the Princeton in Asia program / Now graduate student at Berkeley, MCB Senior Thesis : Examining variability of mammalian cell cycle timing and dynamics at single-cell resolution
Elena Kassianidou : Stanford Biomechanical Engineering Undergraduate 2009-2011 Subsequent position : Graduate Student at Berkeley Bioengineering Senior Thesis : Substrate stiffness affects the proliferation rate of fibroblast and epithelial cells in a cell type dependent manner
Phil Shiu : Stanford Biology Undergraduate 2008-2010 Subsequent position : Graduate student at Harvard MCB w/Craig Hunter Senior Thesis : Does Saccharomyces cerevisiae require positive feedback at mitotic entry? The role of early and late mitotic cyclins in activating CLB2 transcription.
Avi Robinson-Mosher : Visiting Graduate Student 2009-2010 (Stanford Ph.D Computer Science) Subsequent position : Postdoc w/ Pam Silver @ Harvard Systems Biology
Chris Aakre : Life Science Technician II 2008-2009 Subsequent position : MIT graduate student Microbiology program w/Mike Laub
Hnin Ookhin : Stanford Biomechanical Engineering Undergraduate 2009-2011 Elliot Lui : Stanford Biomechanical Engineering Undergraduate 2010-2011 XiaoSong Mu : Stanford Biology Undergraduate summer 2012 Devin King : Stanford Biology Undergraduate 2012 Ryoko Hamaguchi : Stanford Biology Undergraduate summer 2012