Lauren is an MSTP student interested in the intersection of myelin with neurodegenerative disease. Welcome, Lauren!
Thanks to Prof. Petri Kursula for the invitation and kind hosting!
The lab received this grant to begin exploring the role of myelin dysfunction in Alzheimer’s disease.
The lab received this grant to begin translating some of our work on myelin dysfunction into therapeutic targets for disease.
(First Z-lab Postdoc) Husniye Kantarci accepted a tenure-track faculty job in Neurobiology at UT-Austin. She will start her lab in January, 2024, focusing on glial-neuron interactions that control neuronal excitability. Congrats Husniye, and huge endorsement for her new lab!!
Thanks to the Stanford MCHRI and Covert-Matera Families for this honor.
“Developing a cell-on-chip platform to study oligodendrocyte-neuron interactions in plasticity and neurodegeneration.” The project and collaboration with the Schuele lab was conceived of and written up by Mable Lam in the lab, so huge congrats to her!
It was great catching up with myelin colleagues in the beautiful Douro River region of Portugal.
Eduardo is a REACH Scholar at Stanford and will be working under the mentorship of Mable Lam. Welcome, Eduardo!
Brad, joined by TA-extraordinaires Husniye Kantarci and Madeline Cooper, taught in the Neurobiology course at MBL, Woods Hole, where we worked on understanding cellular mechanisms of myelin dynamics and vulnerability with fantastic and hard-working students.