Heather Shinogle

Research Lab Director
Primary office:
Haworth Hall, room 1043

Ms. Shinogle has been the Interim Director of the Microscopy and Analytical Imaging Laboratories since October of 2013.  She joined the University of Kansas in 2007 as Lab Manager.  

Prior to joining KU, Ms. Shinogle worked as a Surfaces Research at The Chemist, located in Lenexa, Kansas.

She earned her BA in Chemistry (emphasis in Analytical) in 2005 at the University of Kansas.  She has also completed numerous specialty short courses including Lehigh Microscopy School, Beckman Coulter Flow Cytometry, and Advanced Materials Training for Transmission Electron Microscopy.


Electron Microscopy
  • Scanning Electron Microscopy – Tungsten Filament and Field Emission, Low Vacuum and Environmental, and Dual Beam
    • Including EDS, Cathodoluminescence, and EBSD
  • Transmission Electron Microscopy – 120kV and 200kV
    • Including EDS, Tomography, STEM and Cryo
Optical Microscopy
  • Epi-Fluorescence Microscopy
  • Confocal Microscopy – Spinning Disk and Point Scanning
  • Total-Internal Reflection Microscopy
  • High Content Microscopy
  • Live-Cell Imaging
  • Polarized Light Microscopy

Fluorescence Activated Cell Sorter (FACS)
Atomic Force Microscopy
Immumofluorescence Labeling Method
Cell Culture – with Primary Neuronal, L929PC3LnCAP, and HeLa
Chromatography/Spectroscopy Methods – DSC, TGAIECHPLCNMR, AA, TLC, GCMSFTIR

CM Phillips-Lander, DA Fowle, A Tauton, W Hernandez, M Mora, D Moore, H Shinogle, JA Roberts. “Silicate Dissolution in Las Pailas Thermal Field: Implications for microbial weathering in acidic volcanic hydrothermal spring systems,” Geomicrobiology Journal, 2013 Apr.

MD Zbinden, BS Sturm, RD Nord, WJ Carey, D Moore, H Shinogle, SM Stagg-Williams. “Pulsed electric field (PEF) as an intensification pretreatment for greener solvent lipid extraction from microalge,” Biotechnology and Bioengineering, 2013 Feb.

AS Duerfeldt, LB Peterson, JC Maynard, CL Ng, D Eletto, O Ostrovsky, HE Shinogle, DS Moore, Y Argon, CV Nicchitta, BS Blagg. “Development of a Grp94 Inhibitor”, Journal of the American Chemical Society, 2012 June.

I Osaka, JM Hills, SL Kieweg, HE Shinogle, DS Moore, PS Hefty. “Automated Image-Based Method for Rapid Analysis of Chlamydia Infection as a Tool for Screening Antichalmydial Agents”, Antimicrobial Agents and Chemotherapy, 2012 May.

TB Shrestha, GM Seo, MT Basel, M Kalit, H Wang, D Villanueva, M Pyle, S Balivada, RS Rachakatla, H Shinogle, PS Thapa, D Moore, DL Troyer, SH Bossmann. “Stem cell-based photodynamic therapy,” Photochemical & Photobiological Sciences, 2012 April.

P Manikwar, BA Tejo, H Shinogle, DS Moore, T Zimmerman, F Blanco, and TJ Siahann. “Utilization of I-domain of LFA-1 to Target Drug and Marker Molecules to Leukocytes”, Theranostics, 2011 May: 1 (277).

F He, SB Joshi, DS Moore, HE Shinogle, S Ohtake, D Lechuga-Ballesteros, RA Martin, VL Truon-Le, and CR Middaugh, “Using spectroscopic and microscopic methods to probe the structural stability of human adenovirus type 4”, Human Vaccine, 2010 Feb; 6(2).

DB Oien, HE Shinogle, DS Moore, and J Moskovitv, “Clearance and phosphorylation of alpha-synuclein are inhibited in methionine sulfoxide reductase a null yeast cells”, J Mol Neurosci, 2009 Nov; 39(3).


Room 1043, Haworth Hall

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