- Our Team
Roderic G Eckenhoff, MD
Austin Lamont Professor, Anesthesiology and Critical Care and Assistant Dean for Faculty Affairs, Perelman School of Medicine
Roderic's Profile Page
Rod Eckenhoff's publications
Graduate Group Affiliations
Maryellen F Eckenhoff, PhD
Maryellen's Faculty Profile Page
Victoria M. Bedell, MD, PhD
Vicki came to PENN for her anesthesia residency as a Dripps Fellow. Vicki began her research on anesthetic mechanisms in zebrafish during her residency and continued during her postdoctoral fellowship on the Department's NIH T32 Training Grant and received a FAER Mentored Research Grant. Vicki is an assistant professor and continues collaborations with our lab. Victoria Bedell’s Publications
Weiming Bu, PhD
Weiming is a structural biologist, using protein expression and crystallography in the lab. He is also the radiation officer for the Eckenhoff lab. See Weiming Bu's publications.
Adam Hines, PhDc
Adam is currently a Fullbright Future Scholar in our lab. He is studying how anesthetics inhibit the syntaxin/SNAP-25 presynaptic mechanisms. He is a PhD candidate in Cognitive and Behavioral Neuroscience at the Queensland Brain Institute, University of Queensland, Brisbane, Australia.
Thomas Joseph, MD, PhD
UPenn Faculty Profile Page
Tom came to our lab as a postdoctoral fellow on the department's NIH T32 training grant, after completing his anesthesia residency at the Icahn School of Medicine at Mount Sinai, New York, NY. Tom's research focus is on anesthetic mechanisms using molecular dynamic simulations, for which he received a FAER Mentored Research Grant and recently an NIH K08 grant. Tom is an assistant professor and is continuing his collaborations with our lab. Thomas Joseph's publications and faculty webpage.
E. Railey White, MD, PhD
Railey came to PENN for her anesthesia residency and was selected to be a Dripps Fellow. Railey began using her expertise in chemical biology to understand the mechanisms of anesthetic action during her residency and while a postdoctoral fellow on the department’s NIH T32 Training grant. She was awarded both a FAER Research Fellowship Grant and a FAER Mentored Research Grant . Railey is currently an assistant professor and is continuing collaborations with our lab. E. Railey White’s publications
Previous graduate students
Kellie A. Woll, PhD
Graduate Student and Postdoctoral Fellow
Kellie, as a pharmacology graduate student, completed her PhD thesis in our lab and remained briefly in the lab as a postdoctoral fellow before accepting a postdoctoral fellowship with Filip Van Petegen at the University of British Columbia, Vancouver.
See Kellie Woll's publications.
Brian P. Weiser, PhD
Brian was a Pharmacology graduate student and completed his thesis work in our lab. He then completed a postdoctoral fellowship with Philip A Cole in the Department of Pharmacology and Molecular Sciences, Johns Hopkins School of Medicine, and recently accepted a position as an assistant professor at Rowan University. See Brian Weiser's publications.