Tanner Robertson’s zebrafish image named one of 12 winners in campus Cool Science Image Contest

An image of a transparent zebrafish’s lymphatic network captured with a Zeiss spinning disk confocal microscope earned microbiologist Tanner Robertson, PhD, recognition in UW–Madison’s 13th annual Cool Science Image Contest. Robertson is a post-doc researcher in the Huttenlocher Research Group within the Division of Allergy, Immunology, and Rheumatology. His image was among the 12 winning entries in this year’s content. The winning images are on display through the end of the year in an exhibit at the McPherson Eye Research Institute’s Mandelbaum and Albert Family Vision Gallery on the ninth floor of the Wisconsin Institutes for Medical Research (WIMR). Read more about the winning entries.