Eric H. Chudler, Ph.D.
Executive Director, Center for Sensorimotor Neural Engineering
Research Associate Professor, UW Department of Bioengineering
BOX 354880
University of Washington
Seattle, WA 98195

Research Interests

My research interests focus on cortical and basal ganglia mechanisms of nociception and pain. Additional interests include how the cerebral cortex and basal ganglia process information from multiple sensory systems (multisensory integration). An understanding of how these areas process sensory information may shed light on how the nervous system responds to environmental cues and how organisms make use of these cues to make appropriate behavioral responses. Moreover, this line of research may lead to data concerning the etiology of Parkinson's Disease, and provide information leading to potential treatments for this debilitating disorder.

[Education] | [Public Service] | [Affiliations] | [Publications]
[Abstracts] | [Presentations] | [School visits] | [Neuroscience for Kids]

Education

LocationDegreeFieldYear
University of California, Los Angeles, CAB.S. Psychobiology1980
University of Washington, Seattle, WAM.S. Psychology1983
University of Washington, Seattle, WAPh.D. Psychology1985
National Institutes of Health, Bethesda, MDPost-doc Neurobiology1986-1989

Research Experience

1980-1986 Research Assistant, Department of Anesthesiology, University of Washington, Seattle, WA
1986-1989 Postdoctoral Fellow, National Institute of Dental Research, National Institutes of Health, Bethesda, MD
1989-1991 Instructor, Dept. of Neurosurgery, Mass. General Hospital and Harvard Medical School, Boston, MA
1991-1998 Research Assistant Professor, Department of Anesthesiology, University of Washington, Seattle, WA
1998-2006 Research Associate Professor, Department of Anesthesiology, University of Washington, Seattle, WA
2006-2009 Adjunct Research Associate Professor, Department of Anesthesiology and Pain Medicine, University of Washington, Seattle, WA
2006- Research Associate Professor, Department of Bioengineering, University of Washington, Seattle, WA
2009- Research Associate Professor, Department of Anesthesiology and Pain Medicine, University of Washington, Seattle, WA

Teaching/Administrative Experience

1983 Teaching Assistant, Department of Psychology, University of Washington, Seattle, WA
1990-1991 Instructor, Human Nervous System and Behavior, Harvard Medical School, Boston, MA
1991 Visiting Assistant Professor, Department of Psychology, University of Washington, Seattle, WA
1991- Supervision of staff, writers and graduate students, University of Washington, Seattle, WA
1996- Developer of World Wide Web resource "Neuroscience for Kids" located at: http://faculty.washington.edu/chudler/neurok.html
2006-2011 Director of Education and Outreach, University of Washington Engineered Biomaterials (UWEB), University of Washington, Seattle, WA
2011- Executive Director, Center for Sensorimotor Neural Engineering, Seattle, WA

Public Service

1998-2001 Member; Committee on Neuroscience Literacy, Society for Neuroscience
1998-2002 Coordinator; UW Brain Awareness Week Open House
1999-2001 Member; Subcommittee on Education of Non-Neurologists, American Academy of Neurology
2000-2001 Grant Reviewer; Alcohol and Drug Abuse Institute, University of Washington
2000-2002 Member; Research Committee, Department of Anesthesiology, University of Washington
2001-2002 Grant Reviewer Special Emphasis Panel (ZRG1 BBBP-2 (10)), NIH Small Business (SBIR)
2001-2004 Senator; University of Washington Faculty Senate
2001-2004 Chairman; Committee on Neuroscience Literacy, Society for Neuroscience
2002-2003 Board Member; ThinkFirst of Washington, Seattle, WA
2002-2003 Member; Health Literacy Committee, Institute of Medicine, National Academy of Sciences
2002- Editor; CBE - Life Sciences Education
2005-2006 Member; Science Educator Award Selection Committee, Society for Neuroscience, Washington, D.C.
2006 Grant Reviewer; Royalty Research Fund, University of Washington, Seattle, WA
2006-2009 Pacific Cascade Chapter Representative to the Society for Neuroscience, Seattle, WA
2010- Pacific Cascade Chapter Representative to the Society for Neuroscience, Seattle, WA

Affiliations

Society for Neuroscience
International Brain Research Organization
National Association of Health Science Education Partnerships

Publications

Papers:

  1. Lewis, J.W., Cannon, J.T., Chudler, E.H. and Liebeskind, J.C. Effects of naloxone and hypophysectomy on electroconvulsive shock-induced analgesia. Brain Research 208:230-233, 1981.

  2. Lewis, J.W., Chudler, E.H., Cannon, J.T. and Liebeskind, J.C. Hypophysectomy differentially affects morphine and stress analgesia. Proc. West. Pharmacol. Soc. 24:323-325, 1981.

  3. Chudler, E.H. and Dong, W.K. The assessment of pain by cerebral evoked potentials. Pain 16:221-244, 1983.

  4. Chudler, E.H. and Dong, W.K. Neuroma pain model: correlation of autotomy and locomotor behavior in rats. Pain 17:341-352, 1983.

  5. Dong, W.K. and Chudler E.H. Origins of tooth pulp evoked far-field and early near-field potentials in the cat. J. Neurophysiol. 51:869-889, 1984.

  6. Dong, W.K., Chudler, E.H. and Martin, R.F. Physiological properties of intradental mechanoreceptors. Brain Research 334:389-395, 1985.

  7. Chudler, E.H., Dong, W.K. and Kawakami, Y. Tooth pulp-evoked potentials in the monkey: cortical surface and intracortical distribution. Pain 22:221-233, 1985.

  8. Chudler, E.H., Dong, W.K. and Kawakami, Y. Cortical nociceptive responses and behavioral correlates in the monkey. Brain Research 397:47-60, 1986.

  9. Dong, W.K., Kawakami, Y. and Chudler, E.H. Non-invasive assessment of peripheral and central neural injury by cerebral evoked potentials, in Effects of Injury on Spinal and Trigeminal Somatosensory Systems edited by L.M. Pubols and B.J. Sessle, New York,, Alan R. Liss, Inc., pp. 339-346, 1987.

  10. Dubner, R., Chudler, E.H. and Kenshalo, D.R., Jr. Specialized pathways that subserve pain sensation, in NAITO Foundation International Symposium on Biowarning System in the Brain, edited by Y. Takagii, N. Oomura and N. Ootsuka, Tokyo, Tokyo University Press, pp.41-53, 1988.

  11. Kenshalo, D.R., Jr., Chudler, E.H., Anton, F. and Dubner, R. SI nociceptive neurons participate in the encoding process by which monkeys perceive the intensity of noxious thermal stimulation. Brain Research 454:378-382, 1988.

  12. Chudler, E.H., Pretel, S. and Kenshalo, D.R., Jr. Distribution of GAD-like immunoreactive neurons in the first (SI) and second (SII) somatosensory cortex of the monkey. Brain Research 456:57-63, 1988.

  13. Chudler, E.H., Nahin, R.L. and Kenshalo, D.R., Jr. Distribution and size of GABAergic neurons in area 7b and the retroinsular cortex of the monkey. Brain Research 481:383-387, 1989.

  14. Chudler, E.H., Anton, F., Dubner, R. and Kenshalo, D.R., Jr. Responses of nociceptive SI neurons in monkeys and pain sensation in humans elicited by noxious thermal stimulation: effect of interstimulus interval. J. Neurophysiol. 63:559-569, 1990.

  15. Dong, W.K., Chudler, E.H. and Kawakami, Y. Tooth pulp-evoked potentials in the trigeminal brain stem nuclear complex. Brain Research 529:131-142, 1990.

  16. Nishimori, T., Buzzi, M.G., Chudler, E.H., Poletti, C.E., Moskowitz, M.A. and Uhl, G.R. Preproenkephalin upregulation in nucleus caudalis: high and low intensity afferent stimulation differentially modulate early and late responses. J. Comp. Neurol. 302:1002-1018, 1990.

  17. Chudler, E.H., Foote, W.E. and Poletti, C.E. Responses of cat C1 spinal cord dorsal and ventral horn neurons to noxious and non-noxious stimulation of the head and face. Brain Research 555:181-192, 1991.

  18. Chudler, E.H., Foote, W.E. and Poletti, C.E. Topography of C1 nerve- and trigeminal-evoked potentials in the ventrobasal complex of the cat thalamus, Neurosci. Lett. 132:33-36, 1991.

  19. Dong, W.K., Shiwaku, T., Kawakami, Y. and Chudler, E.H. Static and dynamic responses of periodontal ligament mechanoreceptors. J. Neurophysiol., 69:1567-1582, 1993.

  20. Chudler, E.H., Sugiyama, K. and Dong, W.K. Nociceptive responses in the neostriatum and globus pallidus of anesthetized rats. J. Neurophysiol., 69:1890-1903, 1993.

  21. Sugaya, A., Chudler, E.H. and Byers, M.R. Uptake of exogenous fluorescent Di-I by intact junctional epithelium of adult rats allows retrograde labeling of trigeminal sensory neurons, Brain Res., 653:330-334, 1994.

  22. Sugiyama, K., Dong. W.K. and Chudler, E.H. A simplified method for manufacturing glass-insulated metal microelectrodes. J. Neurosci. Methods, 53:73-80, 1994.

  23. Dong, W.K., Chudler, E.H., Sugiyama, K., Roberts, V.J. and Hayashi, T. Somatosensory, multisensory and task-related neurons in cortical area 7b (PF) of unanesthetized monkeys, J. Neurophysiol., 72:542-564, 1994.

  24. Chudler, E.H. and Dong, W.K. The role of the basal ganglia in nociception and pain. Pain, 60:3-38, 1995.

  25. Chudler, E.H., Sugiyama, K. and Dong, W.K. Multisensory convergence and integration in the neostriatum and globus pallidus of the rat, Brain Res., 674:33-45, 1995.

  26. Sugaya, A., Chudler, E.H. and Byers, M.R. Axonal transport of fluorescent carbocyanine dyes allows mapping of peripheral nerve territories in gingiva, J. Periodont., 66:817-821, 1995.

  27. Dong, W.K. and Chudler, E.H. Cortical nociceptive mechanisms. A review of neurophysiological and behavioral evidence in the primate, in Forebrain Areas Involved in Pain Processing, edited by J.M. Besson, G. Guilbaud and H. Ollat. John Libbey Eurotext, Paris, pp.183-195, 1995.

  28. Dong, W.K., Hayashi, T., Roberts, V.J., Fusco, B.M. and Chudler, E.H. Behavioral outcome of posterior parietal cortex injury in the monkey, Pain, 64:579-587, 1996.

  29. Chudler, E.H., Anderson, L.C. and Byers, M.R. Nerve growth factor depletion by autoimmunization produces thermal hypoalgesia in adult rats, Brain Research, 765:327-330, 1997.

  30. Chudler, E.H., Anderson, L.C. and Byers, M.R. Trigeminal ganglion neuronal activity and glial fibrillary acidic protein immunoreactivity after inferior alveolar nerve crush in the adult rat, Pain, 73:141-149, 1997.

  31. Chudler, E.H. Response properties of neurons in the caudate-putamen and globus pallidus to noxious and non-noxious thermal stimulation in anesthetized rats, Brain Research, 812:283-288, 1998.

  32. Chudler, E.H., Buckland, T., Cunningham, S. and Williamson, J. Brain awareness week open house: an interactive, hands-on experience to learn about the nervous system, Science Scope, 22:54-55, 1999.

  33. Byers, M.R., Chudler, E.H. and Iadarola, M.J. Chronic tooth pulp inflammation causes transient and persistent expression of Fos in dynorphin-enhanced regions of rat brainstem, Brain Res., 861:191-207, 2000.

  34. Chudler, E.H. The Brain, in The New Book of Knowledge, Danbury: Grolier Publishing Co., 2000.

  35. Chudler, E.H. and Bonica, J.J. Supraspinal processing of nociceptive information, in Bonica's Management of Pain, edited by J.D. Loeser, Philadelphia: Lippincott, Williams and Wilkins, 2001, pp. 153-179.

  36. Chudler, E.H. Brainy experiments, Odyssey, March 2001, pp. 21-23.

  37. Chudler, E.H. A computer in your head, Odyssey, March 2001, pp. 6-7.

  38. Chudler, E.H. Grant writing: It's never too early, Children and Families, Winter, 2001.

  39. Chudler, E.H. Making sense of the senses, Children and Families, Spring 2001, pp. 28-32.

  40. Stewart H.L. and Chudler, E.H. Neuroscience in the cinema, Science Scope, 25:76-81, 2002.

  41. Chudler, E.H. and Anderson, L.C. Behavioral and electrophysiological consequences of deafferentation following partial ligation of the infraorbital nerve in adult rats, Arch. Oral Biology, 47:165-172, 2002.

  42. Cameron, W. and Chudler, E. A role for neuroscientists in engaging young minds, Nature Reviews Neuroscience, 4:763-768, 2003. [Download Paper - PDF]

  43. Kindig, D., Affonso, D.D., Chudler, E.H., Gaston, M.H., Meade, C.D., Parker, R., Purcell-Gates, V., Rudd, R., Rootman, I., Scrimshaw, S.C. and Smith, B. Health Literacy: Prescription to End Confusion, edited by D. Kindig, A. Panzer, L. Nielsen-Bohlman and B. Hamlin, Washington, D.C.: National Academy Press, 2004.

  44. Chudler, E.H. and Byers, M.R. Behavioral responses following tooth injury in rats, Arch. of Oral Biology, 50:333-340, 2005.

  45. Chudler, E.H. Dear Doctor: 10% of the Brain Myth. Psychology Teacher Network, Washington, D.C.: American Psychological Association, 15:22-23, 2005.

  46. Chudler, E.H. Brain facts. Metropolitan Detroit Science Teachers Association Newsletter, 12: 4-5, 2005.

  47. Chudler, E.H. and Konrady, P., Visualizing Neuroscience: Learning About the Brain Through Art, Science Scope, 29:24-27, 2006.

  48. Chudler, E.H. The Power of the Full Moon. Running on Empty?, in Tall Tales About the Mind and Brain, 2nd edition, edited by Sergio Della Sala, New York: John Wiley & Sons, 2007, pp. 401-410.

  49. Chudler, E.H. Inside Your Brain, New York: Chelsea House Publishers, 2007.

  50. Chudler, E.H. and Lu, Y., Behavioral responses to chemical, thermal and mechanical stimulation after unilateral, intrastriatal administration of 6-hydroxydopamine, Brain Research, 1213:41-47, 2008.

  51. Borsook, D., Upadhyay, J., Chudler, E.H. and Becerra, L., A key role of the basal ganglia in pain and analgesia: Insights gained through human functional imaging, Molecular Pain, 6:27, doi:10.1186/1744-8069-6-27, 2010.

  52. Chudler, E.H., Resources for anyone interested in the brain, Science, 328:1648-1649, 2010.

  53. Chudler, E.H. and Ratner, B.D. The UWEB REU program: Inspiring the next generation of biomaterial scientists, Biomaterials Forum, 32:13, 2010.

  54. Ritchie. S.J., Chudler, E.H. and Della Sala, S. Don't Try This at School: The Attraction of 'Alternative' Educational Techniques, in Neuroscience in Education: The Good, The Bad and The Ugly, New York: Oxford University Press, 2012, pp. 244-264.

Abstracts:

  1. Chudler, E.H., Lewis, J.W., Cannon, J.T. and Liebeskind, J.C. Electroconvulsive shock-induced analgesia: antagonism by naloxone and effects of hypophysectomy. Neurosci. Abstr. 6:434, 1980.

  2. Chudler, E.H. and Dong, W.K. Adjuvant-induced arthritis in rats: a possible model of chronic pain (Letter to Editor). Pain 11:407-408, 1981.

  3. Chudler, E.H. and Dong, W.K. Trigeminal evoked potentials in unanesthetized cats. Neurosci. Abstr. 7:34, 1981.

  4. Dong, W.K., Chudler, E.H. and Martin, R.F. Physiological properties of intradental mechanoreceptors. Recent Advances in Orofacial Pain, Basic and Clinical Research, Satellite Symposium to the IVth World Congress on Pain, IASP, Port Ludlow, Washington, 1984.

  5. Chudler, E.H., Dong, W.K. and Kawakami, Y. Cortical nociceptive responses and behavioral correlates to tooth pulp stimulation in the monkey. Neurosci. Abstr. 11:174, 1985.

  6. Dong, W.K., Kawakami, Y. and Chudler, E.H. Non-invasive assessment of peripheral and central neural injury by cerebral evoked potentials. IUPS Somatosensory Symposium, Timberline, Oregon, 1986.

  7. Anton, F., Laylon, L. Chudler, E.H., Dubner, R. and Kenshalo, D.R., Jr. Responses of primate SI cortical neurons to small increments in noxious thermal stimuli applied to the face. Neurosci. Abstr. 12:31, 1986.

  8. Kenshalo, D.R., Jr., Chudler, E.H., Anton, F. and Dubner, R. Response of primary somatosensory cortical nociceptive neurons to noxious thermal stimuli applied to the face in trained monkeys. Pain S3:265, 1987.

  9. Kenshalo, D.R., Jr., Chudler, E.H., Anton, F. and Dubner, R. Responses of SI cortical nociceptive neurons to small increases in noxious thermal stimuli applied to the face of trained monkeys. Neurosci. Abstr. 13:580, 1987.

  10. Chudler, E.H., Pretel, S. and Kenshalo, D.R., Jr. Distribution of GAD- like immunoreactive neurons in the first (SI) and second (SII) somatosensory cortex of the monkey. Neurosci. Abstr. 13:250, 1987.

  11. Kenshalo, D.R., Jr., Chudler, E.H., Anton, F. and Dubner, R. SI cortical neurons participate in the encoding process by which monkeys perceive the intensity of noxious thermal stimulation. Neurosci. Abstr. 14:716, 1988.

  12. Chudler, E.H., Poletti, C.E. and Foote, W.E. Trigeminal and cervical input onto single neurons in the C1 spinal cord. Neurosci. Abstr. 16:562, 1990.

  13. Shimizu, T., Chudler, E.H. and Moskowitz, M.A. Trigeminal SEPs in a reperfusable MCA occlusion model in rats. Neurosci. Abstr. 16:118, 1990.

  14. Dong, W.K., Roberts, V.J., Hayashi, T., Fusco, B.M. and Chudler, E.H. Thermoreceptive neurons and behavioral outcome of injury in area 7B cortex of monkeys. Neurosci. Abstr. 18:834, 1992.

  15. Sugaya, A., Chudler, E.H. and Byers, M.R. Retrograde transport of fluorescent Di-I from oral sulcus to trigeminal ganglion: a new function for sensory axons in junctional epithelium of the rat. Neurosci. Abstr., 19:102, 1993.

  16. Chudler, E.H., Sugiyama, K. and Dong, W.K. Electrophysiological and neuroanatomical studies of the role of the neostriatum and globus pallidus in nociception. Neurosci. Abstr., 19:1407, 1993.

  17. Dong, W.K., Chudler, E.H. and Sugiyama, K. Multisensory convergence and integration in cortical area 7b of unanesthetized monkeys. Neurosci. Abstr., 21:646, 1995.

  18. Chudler, E.H., Anderson, L.C. and Byers, M.R. Trigeminal ganglion neuronal activity and satellite cell GFAP responses to inferior alveolar nerve crush. Neurosci. Abstr., 22:759, 1996.

  19. Chudler, E.H. Neuroscience for kids: a world wide web teaching resource for elementary and secondary school students and teachers. Neurosci. Abstr., 23:280, 1997.

  20. Chudler, E.H. Response properties of caudate-putamen and globus pallidus neurons to non-noxious and noxious thermal stimulation in adult rats. Neurosci. Abstr., 23:1012, 1997.

  21. Chudler, E.H., Bleeker, L.J., Jones, H.L. and Songstad, S.R. Neuroscience for Kids: A World Wide Web resource developed by neuroscientists and teachers. Neuroscience Abstr., 24:242, 1998.

  22. Chudler, E.H. and Anderson, L.C. Chronic constriction of the infraorbital nerve in rats: behavioral, electrical and neuroanatomical consequences. Neuroscience Abstr., 24:384, 1998.

  23. Chudler, E.H. and Anderson, L.C. Early behavioral, electrophysiological, and neuroanatomical alterations after loose ligation of the infraorbital nerve in rats. Neuroscience Abstr., 25:1678, 1999.

  24. Chudler, E.H., Kuwana, E.Y., Murray, M.A., Bleeker, L.J. and Diaz, J. Neuroscience for kids: expanding the classroom beyond the textbook. Neuroscience Abstr., 25:263, 1999.

  25. Chudler, E.H., Kuwana, E.Y., Murray, M.A., Bleeker, L.J. Neuroscience for Kids: On-line and off-line activities for K-12 students and teachers. Neurosci. Abstr. 26:41, 2000.

  26. Chudler, E.H., Kuwana, E.Y., Murray, M.A., Bleeker, L.J. Hands-on models of the nervous system for K-12 students, Neurosci. Abstr. 27:8, 2001.

  27. Chudler, E.H., Kuwana, E.Y., Murray, M.A., Bleeker, L.J. Evaluation of Neuroscience for Kids using a CD-ROM, Neurosci. Abstr. Program No. 22.37, 2002.

  28. Chudler, E.H. Starting early: neuroscience for students in kindergarten to third grade, Neurosci. Abstr., Program No. 26.8. 2003.

  29. Chudler, E.H. and Kuwana, E.Y. Neuroscience art and poetry contests for K-12 students, Neurosci. Abstr., Program No. 26.2, 2004.

  30. Zola, S., Demetrikopoulos, M.K., Frantz, K.J., Redmond, J.C., Morris, L.G., Carruth, L.L., Chudler, E.H. and Cameron, W.E. Society for Neuroscience presence at science teacher meetings, Neurosci. Abstr., Program No. 27.10, 2004.

  31. Watari, H., White, B.D., Ting, J.T., Sebe, J.Y., Wissman, A.M., Cherny, E., McDevitt, R.A., Lambert, T.J., Meitzen, J., Chudler, E.H., Interactive Brain Awareness Week exhibits offer experience learning: a model for teaching concepts in neuroscience, Neurosci. Abstr., Program No. 23.14, 2006.

  32. Smarr, B., Georgi, S., Harris, R., White, B., Watari, H., Ting, J., Meitzen, J., Wark, A., Azevedo, T., Barot, S., de la Iglesia, H., Chudler, E., Lesson plans for teaching neuroscience to pre-college students, Neuroscience Abstr., Program No. 29.10, 2007.

  33. Chudler, E.H. and Ross, B.K., BrainWorks: A Pilot Television Show About the Brain for Children, Neuroscience Abstr., Program No. 29.1, 2007.

  34. Chudler, E.H., Cameron, W.E., Whisenhunt, J. and Bartel, D. Inexpensive videoconferencing to share neuroscience with K-12 students and teachers, Neurosci. Abstr., Program No. 222.23, 2008.

  35. Sharma, D., Vavilala, M.S. and Chudler, E.H. University of Washington Brain Awareness Week Open House: Experiences and Future Possibilities, Department of Anesthesiology Academic Evening, University of Washington, Seattle, May 18, 2009.

  36. Chudler, E.H. Modulation of medial thalamic neuronal activity by electrical stimulation of the neostriatum in rats, Department of Anesthesiology Academic Evening, University of Washington, Seattle, May 18, 2009.

  37. Chudler, E.H. and Bartel, D. The flat neuroscientist: precollege students reach out to the world of research, Neurosci. Abstr., Program No. 25.7, 2009.

  38. Chudler, E.H. Basal ganglia and pain: modulation of nucleus parafascicularis neuronal activity by electrical stimulation of the neostriatum, Neurosci. Abstr., Program No., 855.21, 2009.

  39. Richebe, P.G., Xu, M., Chudler, E.H., Byers, M.R, Cahana, A. and Rivat, C. Peri-operative fentanyl administration induces spinal cord sensitization in rat, Anesthesiology, 115:691, 2011.

Recent and Pending Invited Presentations

  1. Panel Speaker, Best & Brightest Forum on Medical Innovation, Council for American Medical Innovation, Seattle, WA, September 21, 2009.
  2. Workshop Presenter, Oregon Health & Science University, Portland, OR, January 12-13, 2010.
  3. Keynote Speaker, Capitol Area Science Education Leaders (CASEL) Conference, Stockton, CA, January 21, 2010
  4. Quarter Institute In Life Science (QUILS), Department of Biology, University of Washington, Seattle, WA, February 4, 2010.
  5. GEAR-UP Summer Institute, University of Washington, Seattle, WA, June 29-30 and July 20-21, 2010.
  6. Keynote Speaker, Montana Education Association and Montana Federation of Teachers (MEA-MFT) Educators Conference, Helena, MT, October 21-22, 2010.
  7. Keynote Speaker, Scientific Learning Company, Annual Meeting, Las Vegas, NV, November 5, 2010.
  8. Featured Presenter, Life Science Research Weekend, Pacific Science Center, Seattle, WA, November 6, 2010.
  9. Presenter, Association for Women in Science, Seattle, WA, November 17, 2010.
  10. Presenter, UW Making Connections Fall Career Workshop, Seattle, WA, December 11, 2010.
  11. Presenter, BioE 299, University of Washington, Seattle, WA, April 26, 2011.
  12. Instructor, Science for Monks, Bir, India, May 2-14, 2011.
  13. Presenter, ConneX Connections, Seattle, WA, July 11, 2011.

Recent School Visits

  1. Shizuoka Bancho Municipal Elementary School, Shizuoka, Japan, January 2008.
  2. Dutch Hill Elementary School, Snohomish, WA, January 2008.
  3. Ford Middle School, Tacoma, WA, February 2008.
  4. Meridian Park Elementary School, Shoreline, WA, February 2008.
  5. Bear Creek School, Redmond, WA, March 2008.
  6. Highline High School, Burien, WA, March 2008.
  7. Meridian Park Elementary School, Shoreline, March 2008.
  8. Brookside Elementary School, Lake Forest Park, WA, March 2008.
  9. Hillsboro Middle School (videoconference), Hillsboro, KS, May 2008.
  10. Mill Creek Elementary School, Mill Creek, WA, May 2008.
  11. Forest View Elementary School, Everett, WA, September 2008.
  12. Steven S. Wise Elementary School, Los Angeles, CA, October 2008.
  13. Ridgecrest Elementary School, Shoreline, WA, January 2009.
  14. Echo Lake Elementary School, Shoreline, WA, February 2009.
  15. Edmonds-Woodway High School, Edmonds, WA, February 2009.
  16. Hilltop Elementary School, Lynnwood, WA, February 2009.
  17. Bear Creek School, Redmond, WA, March 2009.
  18. Seaview Elementary School, Edmonds, WA, March 2009.
  19. Mountlake Terrace High School, Lynnwood, WA, March 2009.
  20. Meadowdale Elementary School, Lynnwood, WA, April 2009.
  21. Nathan Hale High School, Seattle, WA, April 2009.
  22. Glacier Peak High School, Snohomish, WA, April 2009.
  23. Stevenson Elementary School, Bellevue, WA, May 2009.
  24. Mill Creek Elementary School, Mill Creek, WA, May 2009.
  25. Hillsboro Middle School (videoconference), Hillsboro, KS, May 2009.
  26. Wydown Middle School (videoconference), St. Louis, MO, May 2009.
  27. Forest View Elementary School, Everett, WA, December 2009.
  28. Hilltop Elementary School, Lynnwood, WA, December 2009.
  29. Echo Lake Elementary School, Shoreline, WA, January 2010.
  30. Open Window School, Bellevue, WA, January 2010.
  31. Echo Lake Elementary School, Shoreline, WA, January 2010.
  32. Meadowdale Elementary School, Lynnwood, WA, January 2010.
  33. Ridgecrest Elementary School, Shoreline, WA, January 2010.
  34. Hilltop Elementary School, Lynnwood, WA, March 2010.
  35. Madronna K-8, Seattle, WA, March 2010.
  36. Mill Creek Elementary School, Mill Creek, WA, May 2010.
  37. Hillsboro Middle School (videoconference), Hillsboro, KS, May 2010.
  38. Bellevue Christian School, Bellevue, WA, May 2010.
  39. Sanislo CDSA Summer Camp, West Seattle, WA, July 2010.


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