Washington University in St. Louis

Student Liaison Committee

Our Mission Statement


The Student Liaison Committee represents the interests of the graduate students and post-doctoral trainees in the Cell Biology and Physiology Department.

Our mission is to help create a positive working environment by monitoring the needs of the department trainees and regularly communicating them to the department faculty and chair.

We are involved with organizing student-invited speakers for the departmental seminar as well as speakers for our "Friday Summer" student-run seminar.   New ideas for improving the department are always welcome.


Members & Contacts

The Cell Biology and Physiology Student Liaison Committee members can be reached using the following e-mail address: cellbioslc@wustl.edu.  Feel free to also contact each of us individually.

We appreciate any input you may have regarding how to improve the department.  Thank you!

Name Lab Email Phone
Anurag Agarwal Piwnica-Worms aagarwal22@wustl.edu 314-362-6834
Elizabeth Clipperton Hanson clippertoner@wustl.edu 314-747-4360
Callie Corsa Longmore cacorsa@wustl.edu 314-362-8825
Charlie Jackson Hanson charles.e.jackson@wustl.edu 314-747-4360
Kevin Stein True kstein@wustl.edu 314-362-3927
Daniel Teasley Stewart daniel.teasley@wustl.edu 314-362-7449


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