Entering Class: 2011
PhD Program: Neurosciences
Advisor: Paul Tesar, PhD
Laboratory: BRB 721
Undergraduate Institution: Washington University in St. Louis
Hometown: Saint Louis, MO.
Research Interests: Neuroregenerative therapies, neurodegenerative diseases, improper myelination
About me: Outside of school I enjoy playing ice hockey, brewing beer, working on my project car, and watching St. Louis sports (Cardinals, Blues, and, briefly from 1999-2002, the Rams!)
Comment about the MSTP program:
D. Yellajoshyula, E.S. Patterson, M.S. Elitt and K.L. Kroll, Geminin promotes neural fate acquisition of embryonic stem cells by maintaining chromatin in an accessible and hyperacetylated state, Proc. Natl. Acad. Sci. USA 108 (2011), pp. 3294–3299.
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