I am a PhD candidate in the laboratory of Professor Naoshige Uchida in the Department of Molecular and Cellular Biology at Harvard University. Dr. Uchida's lab studies the neurobiological basis of decision making and learning, and my thesis work is focused on the circuits underlying sensorimotor learning. I have been awarded a NSF Graduate Research Fellowship (dept. news).
- Serotonergic neurons signal reward and punishment on multiple timescales
- Necroptosis Drives Motor Neuron Death in Models of Both Sporadic and Familial ALS
- Accelerated High-Yield Generation of Limb-Innervating Motor Neurons from Human Stem Cells
- Concentration-Dependent Requirement for Local Protein Synthesis in Motor Neuron Subtype-Specific Response to Axon Guidance Cues
- Maturation of Spinal Motor Neurons Derived from Human Embryonic Stem Cells
- Making motor axons grow