Danny Cao
Research Technologist
Danny joined the Wellman Center in 2009 with over five years of working experience in flow cytometry. Prior to joining the Wellman Center, he had worked in different flow cytometry core facilities including those at the University of Massachusetts School of Medicine and Albert Einstein College of Medicine. Danny is mainly responsible for our flow cytometry operations.
     
 
Megan Scanlan
Research Technician II
Megan joined the Photopathology core in 2012. She obtained her Bachelor of Science degree in Biology in 2012 from University of New Haven, Connecticut. Megan gained lab working experiences from a clinical lab at Tufts Medical Center during her college years. While at Wellman, Megan will perform routine histology lab work, TEM related work and some imaging and flow cytometry related works.
 
 
Peggy Sherwood
Research Specialist
Peggy has been working at the Wellman Center for over 20 years. She has extensive experience in transmission electron microscopy and is a certified electron microscopy technologist. She also has many years of research experience covering a wide range of applications. Peggy is the person primarily responsible for the transmission electron microscope. She is also responsible for other microscopes, including our confocal microscopes.
     
 
Lingxian Wu
Research Technician II
Lingxian joined Wellman Photopath core in 2013 with over 5 years of working experience in Molecular Oncologic Pathology lab setting. Prior to join us, Lingxian worked at Dana-Farber Cancer Institute and Tufts Medical Center. At Wellman Photopathology core, Lingxian mainly works on routine histopathology lab work including tissue processing, embedding, frozen and paraffin section cutting, routine H&E and special stains.