Dr. Nick Fisk
Dr. Nick Fisk is the fearless leader of the Fisk lab. Read more about Dr. Fisk's research interests and background by clicking "About Nick Fisk". Dr. Fisk enjoys golf, reading and dogs.
Dr. Meg Schmitt
Dr. Schmitt is the senior scientist and lab manager for the Fisk lab. She earned her Ph.D. in chemistry in the laboratory of Sam Gellman at the University of Wisconsin Madison in August 2005. She has worn many hats, often simultaneously, in the Fisk lab since August 2010.
Stephanie joined the Fisk Lab as a 1st year graduate student in the Department of Chemistry in Fall 2018. She comes to the lab with research experience from her undergraduate program at New Mexico State University where she worked with metallo-chaperone proteins. Here at CU, Stephanie will be working on understanding protein-protein and protein-nucleic acid interactions that are key for DNA replication in M13 bacteriophage.
Jillyn joined the Fisk Lab as an undergraduate research associate in Spring 2019 after taking Dr. Fisk’s Honors Undergraduate Organic Lab in Fall 2018. She has been working on sense codon reassignment and understanding protein translation.
Christiana joined the Fisk Lab as an undergraduate research associate in Spring 2019. She has been working on sense codon reassignment and understanding protein translation.
Former Fisk Lab Graduate Students
Dr. David G. Schwark, PhD in Biomedical Engineering, Colorado State University, 2018
Dr. Wi Biddle, PhD in Chemistry, Colorado State University, 2017
Dr. Ning Zhao, PhD in Chemical Engineering, Colorado State University, 2016
Steven Smeal, Masters of Science in Engineering, Colorado State University, 2014
Former Fisk Lab Undergraduate Researchers
Updated list coming soon!