POSTDOCTORAL TRAINING PROGRAMS

The Division of Education directs training programs for Pennington Biomedical’s postdoctoral fellows. These programs are designed to train fellows to become productive research scientists capable of establishing independent scientific careers in biomedical research. Many of our fellows are sponsored by NIH Institutional Postdoctoral Training Grants.

Postdoctoral Researchers

Postdoc Laboratory Mentor
Agarwal, Deepmala William Hansel Cancer Prevention Hansel, William
Collier, Susan Islet Biology and Inflammation Stephens, Jacqueline M.
Dubuisson, Olga Infection and Obesity Dhurandhar, Nikhil V.
Elks, Carrie Adipocyte Signaling Stephens, Jacqueline M.
Fuller, Scott Adipocyte Signaling Stephens, Jacqueline M.
Gilmore, Anne Reproductive Endocrinology & Women's Health Redman, Leanne M.
He, JunYun Blood Brain Barrier II Kastin, Abba
Klempel-Donchenko, Monica Reproductive Endocrinology and Women’s Health Redman, Leanne M.
Myers, Candice Ingestive Behavior | Contextual Risk Factors Martin, Corby K.
Na, Ha-na Infection and Obesity Dhurandhar, Nikhil V.
Patil, Yuvraj Nutrient Sensing & Adipose Signaling Gettys, Thomas W.
Qualls-Creekmore, Emily Central Leptin Signaling Muenzberg-Gruening, Heike
Rezai Zadeh, Kavon Central Leptin Signaling Muenzberg-Gruening, Heike
Vance, Katie Autonomic Neurosciences Rogers, Richard C.
Viard, Edouard Autonomic Neuroscience Rogers, Richard C.
Wanders, Desiree Nutrient Sensing and Adipocyte Signaling Gettys, Thomas W.
Wicks, Shawna Gene Nutrient Interations & Transgenics Mynatt, Randall L.
Yu, Sangho Central Leptin Signaling Muenzberg-Gruening, Heike
Zhao, Peng Adipoctye Biology Stephens, Jacqueline M.