Rhea will be pursing her PhD in Neuroscience through the Medical Scientist Training Program (MD-PhD). Welcome aboard, Rhea!
We’re actively recruiting graduate students interested in combining computation and experiment for the multi-scale characterization and reengineering of neurodegenerative disease pathology. Contact the Principal Investigator for more information.
Rebecca will be pursing her PhD in the lab as a member of the Biomedical Sciences graduate program. Welcome to the team, Becca, we’re glad to have you!
Dennis will be pursing his PhD as a member of the Bioengineering graduate program, co-advised with Prof. Nanyin Zhang (BME). Welcome, Dennis!
Madison will be pursing her PhD in the lab as a member of the Bioengineering graduate program. Welcome, Madi, we’re excited to have you!
The first experiment, a Luminex assay, was performed in the lab today! A truly team effort: Luminex and expertise from the Proctor Lab, samples from the Connor Lab, equipment from the Dokholyan and Ruiz-Velasco Labs, and supplies from the Levenson and Lu Labs. Thanks, all, for helping us get off the ground!
Where is Dr. Proctor?
October 16-19: Biomedical Engineering Society Annual Meeting, Philadelphia, PA
Oral Presentation #2527, “Pathological Tau Alters Astrocyte Immunometabolism,” Thursday 2:15 Room 122B