Undergraduate Students

Current undergraduate researchers in the Arble Lab:


Lauren Nelson:

Awards received:

  • Marquette University Student Government Undergraduate Researcher Student Ambassador (2020)

Bibliography:

  • Jones, A. A., Nelson, L. R., Marino, G. M., Chappelle, N. A., Joye, D. A. M., Arble, D. M. (2021). Photoperiodic manipulation reveals a light-driven component to daily patterns of ventilation in C57B/6J mice.
  • Jones, A.A., Nelson, L.R., Marino, G.M., Chappelle, N.A., Arble, D.M. (2020). Photoperiod manipulation reveals a light-driven component to the daily oscillation in ventilatory drive. Poster Presentation. Society for Research on Biological Rhythms biennial meeting. Virtual Conference.
  • Jones, A.A, Propsom, K., Nelson, L.R., Arble, D.M. 2021. The timing of food intake differentially alters daily rhythms in metabolic rate and ventilation in mice. Poster Presentation. Society for Neuroscience, Chicago, IL.
  • Framnes-DeBoer, S.N., Jones A.A., Kang M.Y., Propsom K., Nelson L.R., Arble D.M. The timing of intermittent hypoxia differentially affects macronutrient intake and energy substrate utilization in mice. Am J Physiol Endocrinol Metab. 2021 Aug 30.

Ellie Marino:

Awards received:

  • Marquette University Student Government Undergraduate Researcher Student Ambassador (2020)
  • Contemplatives in Action Student Leadership Award (2021)

Bibliography:

  • Jones, A. A., Nelson, L. R., Marino, G. M., Chappelle, N. A., Joye, D. A. M., Arble, D. M. (2021). Photoperiodic manipulation reveals a light-driven component to daily patterns of ventilation in C57B/6J mice.
  • Jones, A.A., Nelson, L.R., Marino, G.M., Chappelle, N.A., Arble, D.M. (2020). Photoperiod manipulation reveals a light-driven component to the daily oscillation in ventilatory drive. Poster Presentation. Society for Research on Biological Rhythms biennial meeting. Virtual Conference.

New Students:

  • Rana Nour
  • Piper Nooney
  • Dhruvaa Shroff
  • Allison Spears

Selected previous undergraduate researchers:

Ellen Bakke: (currently PhD graduate student at Northwestern University)
Awards received (while in Arble Lab):
Catherine Welsh Smith Research Award in Biological Sciences (2019)
Academic Achievement Award (2019)
Bibliography (while in Arble Lab):
Bakke, E., Framnes-DeBoer, S.N., Arble, D.M. 2019. Examining the Therapeutic Effects of Bromocriptine on Hyperglycemia in Lean and Obese Mice. Oral presentation. Marquette University, Milwaukee, WI.

Michelle Kang: (currently majoring in Neuroscience at Vassar University)
Awards received (while in Arble Lab):
National Science Foundation sponsored REU fellowship (2019)
Bibliography (while in Arble Lab):
Kang, M., Framnes-DeBoer, S.N., Arble, D.M. 2019. The effect of intermittent hypoxia on macronutrient intake in mice. Poster presentation. Marquette University, Milwaukee, WI.

Nakia Chappelle: (currently in postbac program)
Awards received (while in Arble Lab):
National Science Foundation sponsored REU fellowship (2019)
REU Travel grant (2019)
Bibliography (while in Arble Lab):
Jones, A. A., Nelson, L. R., Marino, G. M., Chappelle, N. A., Joye, D. A. M., Arble, D. M. (2021). Photoperiodic manipulation reveals a light-driven component to daily patterns of ventilation in C57B/6J mice.
Jones, A.A., Nelson, L.R., Marino, G.M., Chappelle, N.A., Arble, D.M. (2020). Photoperiod manipulation reveals a light-driven component to the daily oscillation in ventilatory drive. Poster Presentation. Society for Research on Biological Rhythms biennial meeting. Virtual Conference.
Chappelle N., Jones A., Arble D. Diet Induced mice photoperiod experiment [Abstract] In: Biology department undergraduate symposium Spring 2019.
Jones, A.A., Chappelle, N.A., Arble, D.M. (2019). Photoperiod affects leptin sensitivity and ventilatory drive in the C57Bl/6J mouse. Poster Presentation. Society for Neuroscience annual meeting. Chicago, IL.
Chappelle N., Jones A., Arble, D.M. (2019). Circadian rhythmicity of the hypercapnic ventilatory response in lean but not diet-induced obese mice. Poster presentation. Research Experience for undergraduates. Milwaukee, WI.

Kat Propsom: (currently PhD student at University of Cincinnati)
Awards received (while in Arble Lab):
Klingler College of Arts and Sciences 2019 Undergraduate Summer Research Fellowship (2019)
Bibliography (while in Arble Lab):
Propsom, K., Framnes-DeBoer, S.N., Arble, D.M. 2019. The effect of intermittent hypoxia on body weight and food intake homeostasis in leptin compromised mice. Poster presentation at the Society for Neuroscience Conference. Chicago, IL
Propsom, K., Framnes-DeBoer, S.N.,Arble, D.M. 2019. The effect of intermittent hypoxia on body weight and food intake homoeostasis in leptin compromised mice. Poster presentation. Marquette University, Milwaukee, WI.