Tanner Hoog

Graduate Student
University of Minnesota

Tanner Hoog received his Bachelor’s and Master’s degrees from Missouri State, where he worked with Ryan Udan studying the development of vasculature in mouse embryos. In 2018, he came to the University of Minnesota and started in the Molecular, Cellular, Developmental Biology and Genetics (MCDB&G) PhD program.

Research Interests: 

Tanner is studying the role of transition metal-nucleic acid complexes and their role in electron transfer reactions in early life.

Selected publications: 

Hoog TG, Fredrickson SJ, Hsu CW, Senger SM, Dickinson ME, Udan RS. “The effects of reduced hemodynamic loading on morphogenesis of the mouse embryonic heart.” Dev. Biol. (2018) 442 127-137.