Lab Members We're a dedicated, collaborative group We are always looking for energetic, creative, quantitatively-minded, multidisciplinary thinkers to join the Rosen Lab. Join Our Lab Meet the Principal Investigator Michael K. Rosen, Ph.D. Dr. Rosen is the Chair of the Department of Biophysics at UT Southwestern Medical Center and an Investigator of the Howard Hughes Medical Institute. Project Statement: Bridging length and time scales in cell organization Email Postdocs Sandhya Bhatia, Ph.D. Jane Coffin Childs Fellow/HHMI Email Sandhya Project Statement: Decoding the thermodynamics of multi-component biomolecular condensates using high-throughput combinatorial microfluidics-based approaches Simon Currie, Ph.D. Postdoctoral Researcher I Email Simon Project Statement: Biochemical Reconstitution of Saccharomyces cerevisiae P bodies Jonggul Kim, Ph.D. Postdoctoral Researcher I Email Jonggul Project Statement: Elucidating the Physical Mechanisms of Liquid-Liquid Phase Separation Andrew Lyon, Ph.D. Postdoctoral Researcher I Email Andrew Project Statement: High-Throughput Approaches for Investigating Phase Separation and Maturation of Intrinsically Disordered Proteins Sabareesan A. Thody, Ph.D. Postdoctoral Researcher I Email Sabareesan Project Statement: The metabolite composition of biomolecular condensates Huabin Zhou, Ph.D. Postdoctoral Researcher I Email Huabin Project Statement: Elucidating the structure of biomolecular condensates using cryo-ET Runwen Yao, Ph.D. Postdoctoral Researcher I Email Runwen Project Statement: Understanding how the function of biomolecular condensates scales with size Graduate Students Lifeng Chen Graduate Student I Email Lifeng Project Statement: Genome Organization through Chromatin Phase Separation Michael Cotten Graduate Student I Email Michael Project Statement: The role of intrinsically disordered linkers in defining the physical properties and spatial organization of biomolecular condensates June Ho Hwang Graduate Student I Email June Ho Project Statement: Investigating the materials properties of biological condensates Martyna Kosno-Vega Graduate Student I Email Martyna Project Statement: A Potential Role for Phase Separation in NUT Carcinoma Xuemeng (Molly) Zheng Graduate Student I Email Xuemeng Project Statement: Molecular mechanism behind the formation and function of EML4-ALK granules Staff Lynda Doolittle Lab Manager I Email Lynda As a lab manager Lynda wears many hats. She connect the dots needed to make things work in our lab. Lisa Henry Technician I Email Lisa Lisa manages all of the insect cell cultures in the lab, from DNA to virus and protein production. Dorothee Staber Administrator I Email Dorothee Elisha White Technician I Email Elisha Elisha maintains the lab reagent stocks.