Austin House

Research Associate

Joined the IBRI in July 2020

Austin House

Austin House is a scientist with a background in chemistry, pharmacology, and molecular/cellular biology. Since joining the Indiana Biosciences Research Institute (IBRI), House has been working on projects in the iPSC Lab, differentiating cells into ‘islet like’ aggregates for type 1 diabetes drug discovery projects. More recently he has begun work on producing patient derived iPSC lines and CRISPR Cas-9 knockout lines for external collaborators and researchers at the IBRI.

Before coming to the IBRI, House was a member of a group working on Alzheimer’s disease drug discovery research at Southern Illinois University Edwardsville.

View House's published research here.

Outside of work he enjoys spending time with friends and family, playing board games and videogames, reading books and traveling.

Areas of Expertise

  • Cell culture
  • CRISPR editing
  • iPSC culture and differentiation
  • Microscopy
  • qPCR


  • Master of Science (Pharmaceutical Sciences), Southern Illinois University Edwardsville, 2020
  • Bachelor of Science (Chemistry), Southern Illinois University Edwardsville, 2018