Winuthayanon Lab

Winuthayanon Lab

Contact

Wipawee Winuthayanon, Principal Investigator
Assistant Professor

Biotechnology/Life Sciences Building (BLS239)
School of Molecular Biosciences
College of Veterinary Medicine
Washington State University

509.335.8296
winuthayanonw@vetmed.wsu.edu

Lab
Shuai Li
Post-doctoral fellow
Biotechnology/Life Sciences Building (BLS240)

509.335.8671
sli@vetmed.wsu.edu

Ship to:
100 Dairy Road
Biotech Life Sciences 202
Pullman, WA 99164-7620

The Team:

We believe that great science can only be achieved through immersive team work. This team should be composed of talented, dedicated, and diligent individuals.

We are currently looking for a Ph.D. student with a strong interest in reproductive biology to join our team. Our group is motivated to discover new systems and mechanisms influence fertility as a whole and provide new insight to the field of fundamental reproductive biology.

The prospective student should have proficient knowledge in cell and molecular biology with experience working in a standard molecular biology lab.

It is a plus if the candidate is familiar with mouse handling and willing to learn animal procedures.

If you are goal driven, ambitious and wants to extend your knowledge in the reproductive biology, Send your Letter of intent to winuthayanonw@vetmed.wsu.edu. All prospective graduate students require to follow SMB admission instruction to complete their application at http://www.smb.wsu.edu/academic-training/graduate-studies/phd-degree-program/admissions

Wipawee Winuthayanon, PhD

PI

Short intro:

I completed a B.Sc. (Nursing Science) in 2002 and my PhD (Physiology) in 2009 both from Mahidol University, Bangkok, Thailand. Because of my interest in women’s health, I underwent training in midwifery for several months during my final year of nursing school. To integrate basic science knowledge with clinical relevance, I have directed my interests towards a career path  in reproductive sciences focusing on the reproductive function in women. My post-doctoral research at the National Institute of Environmental Health Sciences (NIEHS/NIH) has been focusing on the estrogen and phytoestrogen effects in female reproductive function using mouse models. My research program at the School of Molecular Biosciences will focus on evaluating hormonal regulation in the oviduct and uterus during fertilization, pre-implantation embryo development, and embryo transport using genetically engineered animal models. Our long term is to dissect the estrogen regulation in female reproductive tract during pregnancy. 

Wipawee 'Joy' WinuthayanonDr. Wipawee "Joy" Winuthayanon

Assistant Professor

winuthayanonw@vetmed.wsu.edu

Shuai-LiShuai Li, PhD

Postdoctoral fellow

sli@vetmed.wsu.edu

Sierra WenzSierra Wenz

Graduate Student

swenz@vetmed.wsu.edu

Karena Delarosa

Undergraduate research assistant

Marleny Garcia

Undergraduate research assistant

Sofia O’Neill

Undergraduate research assistant