Principle Investigator
John Dennehy
, PhD

My research training began with a field project studying the relationship between social dominance and condition among pronghorn. After receiving a MS in Zoology at the University of Idaho, I studied the population biology of mosquitoes in the Livdahl Lab at Clark University. For my dissertation, I researched population biology and evolution of sex among C. elegans. Subsequently I recieved a NSF Postdoctoral Fellowship to work on bacteriophage phi6 evolutionary ecology in the Turner Lab at Yale University. I also  trained in molecular genetics of the phage lambda system in the Wang Lab at University of Albany.  

John Dennehy's CV

Graduate Students

James Carpino, PhD Candidate    

Brian Ford, PhD Candidate 

Gregory Lallos, MS Candidate

Undergraduate Students
Lauren Esposito
Swati Gupta

Qainat Shah
Rahat Shah

Lab Manager
Marko Baloh

Daniel Arango -- attended Queensborough Community College
Liz Chapler
Jane Ching -- attended University of Maryland Scool of Pharmacy
Alan Chu
Dipabali Chowdhury
-- attended Baruch Honors College
Stephanie Gampel
Nimrod Gozum
Aneury Hernandez -- 
attended University of Michigan
Ashraf Hussain
Sai Kappagantula
Roy Khair -- attended Stony Brook University
Kevin Jhun -- attended Mt. Sinai Medical College PhD program
David Kim
-- attended Hunter College Masters program
Julie Kim --
attended Carnegie Mellon University
David Lee
Jinyu Li
Lauren Mordukhaev
Rachel Morgenstern -- attended Columbia University Mailman School of Public Health 
Kevin Mu -- Research Assistant, Poss Lab at Penn State
Svetlana Musheyev -- attended New York University College of Dentristry
Shajoti Rahman -- attended Hunter College of the City University of New York
Shalini Singh -- attended City College of the City University of New York
Debbie Sands
Bruce Sun -- Lab Manager, New York Stem Cell Foundation
Elizabeth Valles -- attended Fordham University
Lydia Wu -- attended Sophie B. Davis School of Biomedical Education