Baluch Bioimaging Lab

Changing How Science is Visualized and Communicated

Tyson bernard

undergrad student

Histology techniques development.

Chris carpenter

undergrad student

Project under development.

jinwook chung

undergrad student

Project under development.

Sam sampson

undergrad student

Histology and small animal X-ray technologies development

Jerica Vie

grad student

Studies how stress management during training affects athletic performance during fencing competitions of professional athletes.

Elizabeth Hirtzel


Liz's work is focused on creating tactile image models to assist students who are visually impaired engage in STEM education.

shelbi peck

grad student

Shelbi studies the composition of alternative serum types and how they influence neuroblastoma cellular behavior and growth.

Lexis Townley

‚Äčundergrad student Assistant TA CBtL

Lexi studies the invasive properties of malignant cells.

Bukola Obayomi

grad Student

Studies the role of biogenic amines in the mouse uterus.

Pi: D. Page baluch, pHd

ASu school of life sciences | associate research scientist

Dr. Baluch received her PhD in Cellular and Developmental Biology and postdoctoral training in Neurobiology from Arizona State University. Her research focuses on how the cytoskeletal scaffold is central to cellular signaling control within various cell types. Her group also studies how hormonal signaling influences neural plasticity and the role of select neural modulators in smooth muscle. Recently the lab began working with professional athletes in the sport of Fencing to determine if stress management during training could improve performance during competitions. The Baluch lab oversees the WM Keck Core Bioimaging lab in the School of Life Sciences and is very involved in educational outreach, professional/career training and developing methods and tools to improve the accessibility of STEM education to the visually impaired and blind.

Ashleigh gonzales


Ashleigh is studying ways to make image content within STEM disciplines more accessible to the blind and visually impaired. She works with SAAVI in Phoenix, Az.