Jessica Han

Credentials: Graduate Student

Position title: Cellular and Molecular Biology

Email: jhhan3@wisc.edu

Website: GoogleScholar

Address:
330 North Orchard Street
Madison, Wisconsin 53715
Cubicle 2165A-2

Co-Mentored with Prof. Federico E. Rey (Department of Bacteriology)

Research Interest

Elucidate the mechanism of the gut microbiome and metabolites modulating the host epigenome

Awards

3-Minute Thesis Competition Winner, Alzheimer’s Research Center, 2022

Cellular and Molecular Biology (CMB) Travel Grant, 2021 & 2023

NIH T32 Big Data 2 Knowledge Training Fellowship, 2020-2022

Selected Publications

Trimethylamine N-Oxide Reduces Neurite Density and Plaque Intensity in a Murine Model of Alzheimer’s Disease. Zarbock KR, Han JH, Singh AP, Thomas SP, Bendlin BB, Denu JM, Yu JJ, Rey FE, Ulland TK. J Alzheimers Dis 2022.

Gut microbiome variation modulates the effects of dietary fiber on host metabolism. Murga-Garrido SM*, Hong Q*, Cross TL*, Hutchison ER, Han J, Thomas SP, Vivas EI, Denu JM, Ceschin DG, Tang ZZ, Rey FE. Microbiome 2021.