Lab Members

Andrew Gordus

Principal Investigator
agordus@jhu.edu

Anastasia Miller

Research Technologist
amill139@jhu.edu

Ariel Parker

Graduate Student, CMDB Program
aparke45@jhu.edu

Ariel is attempting to understand how environmental variance influences the dauer decision.

Jeremiah Miller

Graduate Student, CMDB Program
jmill3082@jhu.edu

Jeremiah is working on assembling the genome of the spider Uloborus diversus, and is interested in the effects of drugs on web-making.

Amanda Ray

Graduate Student, CMDB Program
aray20@jhu.edu

Amanda is studying how environmental information is integrated with ongoing internal dynamics in the worm's brain.

Abel Corver

Graduate Student, Solomon H Snyder Department of Neuroscience
acorver1@jhu.edu

Abel is studying the decision-making algorithm that guides web-making, and is developing tools to study these algorithms in the spider's brain.

Rebekka Paisner

Graduate Student, CMDB Program
rpaisne2@jhu.edu

Rebekka Paisner is studying how different molecular mechanisms are employed to encode learning on multiple timescales, from hours to multiple generations

Amanda Rodriquez

Undergraduate

Joaquin Reategui

Undergraduate

Andrew Margolis

Undergraduate

Jeffrey Zhou

Undergraduate

Zachary Hsu

Undergraduate

Miriam Herrera

High School Intern

Maya Filipovitz

High School Intern

Lab Photo

Lab Alumni

Elana Pyfrom

Research Technologist

Elana was a former staff member studying the variability of olfactory behavior and RNA mediation in chemosensory neurons. Elana left the Gordus lab to begin her PhD in Cell and Molecular Biology at the University of Pennsylvania.

Nicolas Wilkerson

Research Technologist

Nick developed computational tools for studying spider behavior.

Leah Evans

Undergraduate

Andrew Massoud

Undergraduate

Liat Klopouh

Undergraduate

Michelle Zhang

Undergraduate

Megha Tummalapalli

High School Intern