Jennifer Stauber joined the Fagan Lab in 2020, in the middle of a pandemic, to work in the DIAN-TU Biomarker Core.
Stauber received an MS in Cell & Molecular Biology from the University of Missouri‐St. Louis. She has been working at the Washington University School of Medicine since 2011, most recently for the McDonald Genome Institute. Prior, she led investigations into biomarkers of disease severity in C. dificile infection and Environmental Enteropathy. She loves being a part of the collaborative WUSM research community and finds great satisfaction in impactful human subjects’ research.
Outside of science, Stauber enjoys gardening, reading, hiking and salsa dancing. Besides three boys, she and her husband are currently raising a flock of runner ducks.