MSTP in PhD Training
Current advisor: Aaron DiAntonio, MD, PhD
Undergraduate university: Stanford University, 2019
Enrollment year: 2020
Investigating SARM1 interactions with glial and neuroimmune cells
SARM1 is known to be a crucial executioner of axon degeneration. Regulation of SARM1 enzymatic function is a key determinant of whether an axon will go on to degenerate. In the DiAntonio lab, I am interested in identifying links between glial and neuroimmune cells and SARM1-mediated axon degeneration.
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