This will support Kathryn’s PhD work for three years. She is co-mentored by Prof. Wah Chiu. Congrats, Kathryn! https://neuroscience.stanford.edu/research/funded-research/how-do-schwann-cells-sort-and-myelinate-axons-developing-peripheral-nervous
This will support Madeline’s PhD work for three years. She is co-mentored by Prof. Alex Dunn. Congrats, Madeline! https://biox.stanford.edu/research/phd-fellows
Mable is a postdoc and recently-awarded Stanford Vision T32 Fellow. Nick is a new technician and lab manager. Welcome to the [currently virtual] Z-lab!
Thanks to the Koret Foundation and the School of Medicine for this honor!
Together with Profs. Polly Fordyce and Ivan Soltesz. Thanks to the Wu Tsai Neurosciences Institute for supporting our collaborative project. [Announcement link]
Madeline is an MD-PhD student in the Biophysics Program, and Graham is an Epilepsy Training Grant postdoctoral fellow co-mentored by Ivan Soltesz. Welcome!
She is now a full MD-PhD candidate. Congrats and well done, Kathryn!
Thanks to the Arnold and Mabel Beckman Foundation for supporting our project, “Elucidating new roles of myelin in plasticity, learning, and disease.” Official press release here.
Thanks to the Curci Foundation for supporting our work!
This will support his postdoctoral work for two years. He also received a Stanford Deans Fellowship- a great end to a fantastic 2018 in the Zuchero lab! Congrats to Miguel and thanks to the Wu Tsai Neurosciences Institute and Deans Fellowship at Stanford. https://jumpstartneuro.sites.stanford.edu/people/miguel-garcia