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Fred H. Gage

Fred H. Gage
Professor
gage@salk.edu
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Fred H. Gage is the Principal Investigator of the Gage Lab.

“Abed

Abed AlFattah Mansour
Research Associate
amansour[at]salk[dot]edu

Abed Mansour is a Postdoctoral fellow, his research focuses on developing a neuronal 3D culture system that is derived from human stem cells to study neurodegenerative diseases. He received his B.Sc., M.Sc. and PhD in Medical Science and developmental Biology from the Hebrew University of Jerusalem. His graduate studies focused on studying the transcriptional mechanisms that regulate the development of the central nervous system. Follow his graduation, Abed joined the Weizmann Institute of Science to pursue postdoctoral training on studying the molecular mechanisms that regulate the establishment and maintenance of Pluripotent Stem Cells.

Ahmet Denli

Ahmet Denli
Staff Researcher
denli@salk.edu

Ahmet did his Biological Sciences PhD on the mechanisms of RNA interference pathways at the Watson School of Biological Sciences of CSHL, NY. During his doctoral work under the supervision of Greg Hannon, he identified and characterized the Microprocessor complex that functions in microRNA maturation. His work in the Gage Lab focuses on transposable element biology from mechanistic and evolutionary perspectives as well as regulation of adult neurogenesis.

Anindita Sarkar

Anindita Sarkar
Research Associate
asarkar@salk.edu

Ani received her PhD from TIFR, India. In her graduate work (in the lab of Shubha Tole), she studied cell fate specification in the developing CNS. She is currently a postdoctoral research associate in the Gage lab, and is now interested in the roles played by neuronal network during development and in psychiatric disorders. She tries to find spare time for fine art photography. Ani's linkedin profile.

Apua Paquola

Apua Paquola
Staff Researcher
apaquola@salk.edu

Apua received his bachelor's degree in Computer Engineering from the State University of Campinas and PhD in Bioinformatics from the University of São Paulo, Brazil. Apua's research in the Gage lab focuses on retrotransposons and somatic mosaicism in the brain. Outside of lab he enjoys playing percussion with his band.

Baptiste Jaeger

Baptiste Jaeger
Research Collaborator
bjaeger@salk.edu

Baptiste received his Bachelor's and Master's degrees from the Ecole Normale Superieur de Lyon in France. He then went to the Centre d'Immunologie de Marseille-Luminy, France to complete his PhD on innate immunity with Prof. Eric Vivier. He joined the Gage lab for his postdoc to study neuroinflammation and the mechanisms of memory encoding.

Carol Marchetto

Carol Marchetto
Senior Staff Scientist
marchetto@salk.edu

Carol Marchetto is a Senior Staff Scientist in the Laboratory of Dr. Fred Gage. Carol is currently studying the behavior of different subtypes of human neurons in the neuropsychiatric diseases such as Autism spectrum disorders, Schizophrenia and Bipolar disorder. Elucidation of basic mechanisms that are involved in neuronal deficits on brain disease may help developing strategies for drug screen platforms and potential therapy candidates for neurologic diseases. Carol obtained her degree in Biology and her PhD degree in Genetics at the University of Sao Paulo (USP), Brazil. When she is not working in the lab, Carol is involved in outreach science programs and Women in Science discussions. Carol's passions are practicing yoga and teaching yoga for kids.

Carol Quayle

Carol Quayle
Research Collaborator
cquayle@salk.edu

Hello, my name is Carol and I am a Biologist. I obtained my PhD at Universidade de São Paulo (USP) in Brazil, when I studied the specific role of photolesions on skin responses to UV light. In 2013 I joined the Gage lab to study how DNA repair controls the retrotransposition process and how that may be related to tumor initiation and promotion. I also love teaching and have had opportunities to teach young kids, teenagers and adults.

Cedric Bardy

Cedric Bardy
Research Collaborator
cbardy@salk.edu

There is no need to be a scientist to be amazed how powerful the human brain may be. The way it lets us learn, perceive or feel is simply fascinating.

I like to see the brain as a complex network of wires. Any thought or action our brain performs is achieved through orchestrated biological mechanisms which aim to modulate the electrical and chemical information traveling in different areas of our brain. My current efforts are focused on developing new strategies to understand the dysfunctions of neurons from patients affected by neurological disorders.

Cedric's website

David Adamowicz

David Adamowicz
Graduate Student
dadamowicz@salk.edu

David studied Cognitive Science at UPenn as an undergraduate. After spending a year doing medical research in Japan and another two in an Alzheimer's lab in Boston, he embarked on an MD/PhD at UCSD and is currently in the Gage Lab for his research years, where he has pursued his interest in neurodegenerative diseases.

“Debha

Debha Amatya
Graduate Student
damatya@salk.edu

Debha is an MD/PhD student in UCSD's Neuroscience program that is interested in the intersection of bioinformatics and neuroscience. He is interested in uncovering the genomic mechanisms of complex neuropsychiatric diseases, like autism and schizophrenia. Before joining the lab, Debha majored in bioengineering at Stanford, where he studied optogenetics and fMRI.

“Dina

Dina Faddah
Research Associate
dfaddah@salk.edu

Dina is a Research Associate of the Gage Lab.

Han Do

Han Do
Research Collaborator
hdo@salk.edu

Han is a Research Collaborator of the Gage Lab.

Inigo Narvaiza

Inigo Narvaiza
Staff Scientist
narvaiza@salk.edu

Inigo is a Staff Scientist of the Gage Lab. Inigo’s interest is at the interface between genetics and experimental evolutionary biology. He is currently focused on understanding the molecular mechanisms that make us, humans, different from each other and different from other primates. Specifically, he is investigating the regulation of mobile elements and the consequences of their activity in genomic diversity, neurological disorders, aging and cancer. Before joining the Gage Lab, Iñigo uncovered the mechanisms of APOBEC3 activity against Adeno-associated Virus (AAV) and LINE-1 transposons. Previously, Iñigo received his PhD in Gene Therapy, Cell and Molecular Biology from the University of Navarra (Spain).

Jennifer Erwin

Jennifer Erwin
Staff Scientist
jerwin@salk.edu

Hi my name is Jennifer Erwin. I received my Ph.D. in genetics from Harvard University and B.S. in biology from the Massachusetts Institute of Technology. My research includes investigating the role of somatic mosaicism in neural development and disease. A major focus of my work involves developing single-cell techniques to identify novel mechanisms that contribute to neurological disorders.

“Jerome

Jerome Mertens
Research Associate
jmertens@salk.edu

I’m interested in studying the biology of human aging and age-related neurodegenerative disorders using neural cell reprogramming technologies and integrative analysis approaches.

Jinju Han

Jinju Han
Sr. Research Associate
jhan@salk.edu

Jinju is a Senior Research Associate of the Gage Lab.

Hyung Joon Kim

Hyung Joon Kim
Research Associate
hjkim@salk.edu

Joon is a Research Associate of the Gage Lab.

Joyce van de Leemput

Joyce van de Leemput
Research Collaborator
jvandeleemput@salk.edu

Joyce van de Leemput is an Assistant Project Scientist at UCSD's Department of Psychiatry. She is interested in how molecular-genetic mechanisms in de earliest stages of brain development contribute to neuropsychiatric disorders. With the Gage lab, she uses patient-specific cell culture models to study this, while her work at UCSD focuses on identifying predictive and diagnostic biomarkers. Joyce obtained her PhD from University College London (UK), joined with the National Institute on Aging (MD). She did a postdoc at the Neural Stem Cell Institute (NY) before joining UCSD and the Gage lab. Joyce loves to talk science, and is involved in several science outreach programs.

Krishna Vadodaria

Krishna Vadodaria
Research Associate
kvadodaria@salk.edu

Krishna did her masters from TIFR, Mumbai where she was inspired to pursue a Ph.D in the neurosciences at ETH in Zurich, Switzerland. There she focused on  examining stage-specific molecular regulators of adult hippocampal neurogenesis. She is a postdoc in the lab and is currently studying dysregulation of specific neurotransmitter systems in neurons derived from patients with neuropsychiatric disorders, using human induced pluripotent stem cells (iPSCs) and transdifferentiation technologies.

Matthew Shtrahman

Matthew Shtrahman
Visiting Scientist
mshtrahman@salk.edu

My career path is somewhat unorthodox, having pursued training in physics and clinical neurology. I am interested in how spatiotemporal patterns of neuronal activity in the brain code for information and how they become altered in diseases of the nervous system. Currently, I am studying how new born dentate granule cells develop and integrate into the hippocampus, and the role these cells play in pattern separation as well as epileptogenesis.

Meiyan Wang

Meiyan Wang
Graduate Student
mwang@salk.edu

Hi my name is Meiyan and I did my undergraduate study at Tsinghua University in China. I started my graduate study here in UCSD in 2013. I am interested in gene regulation during brain development in the context of neurological diseases and human evolution. I like to go swimming and watch TV shows when I have time.

Nicole Coufal

Nicole Coufal
Visiting Scientist
ncoufal@salk.edu

Hi my name is Nicole. I completed my MD/PhD at UC San Diego, my pediatrics residency at Rady Children's Hospital, and now I am a pediatric critical care fellow at Rady's. I'm interested in studying neuroinflammatory diseases in my patients using iPS models. When I'm not in the lab, I'm doing clinical work, or else I'm with my husband, 2 year old son, and our Great Danes enjoying the outdoors.

Patrick Reed

Patrick Reed
Research Collaborator
preed@salk.edu

Patrick completed his Ph.D. in Neurobiology at the University of Chicago under the mentorship of Kevin White. His graduate work focused on identifying the genetic basis of rare Mendelian disorders with novel neurological phenotypes. Currently, his research interests include the development of methods to better understand the role of genetic background in complex neuropsychiatric disorders, and in the development of novel high-throughput assays to identify the genetic elements necessary to produce specific neural phenotypes.

Renata Santos

Renata Santos
Research Collaborator
resantos@salk.edu

I'm a visiting scientist from IBENS in Paris, where I work in adult neurogenesis. In the Gage Lab I am mostly interested in disease modeling of bipolar disorder and multiple sclerosis.

Sara Linker

Sara Linker
Research Associate
slinker@salk.edu

Hey, this is Sara. I have my Ph.D. in Human Genetics from UM where I studied various aspects of retrotransposons in humans. Currently, I'm studying gene expression dynamics within neurons from mice, non-human primates, and humans. Regarding the extracurriculars; I've recently developed a fondness for rock climbing and also train in the martial arts.  

Sarah Parylak

Sarah Parylak
Staff Researcher
sparylak@salk.edu

I studied Biology as an undergraduate at Duke before pursuing my PhD in the Neurosciences Graduate Program at UCSD, working in the lab of Dr. Eric Zorrilla.   I joined the Gage lab in 2012 as a staff researcher specializing in behavioral neuroscience.  I'm interested in the connection between outward behavior and its underlying neural circuits, with a particular focus on hippocampus-dependent memory.

Shani Stern

Shani Stern
Research Associate
sstern@salk.edu

I am studying the physiology and changes in neuronal function in different brain disorders. I have a Ph.D. in Physics and a M.Sc. in Computer science, both from the Weizmann Institute of Science, and a B.Sc. in Electrical engineering from Tel-Aviv Univeristy. My true passion is neurobiology. During my Ph.D. I characterized Down syndrome model neurons through changes in ion channels conductance. Right now I am focusing on bipolar disorder model neurons.

“Shong

Shong Lau
Research Associate
slau@salk.edu

I received my PhD degree from CUHK, Hong Kong. My major interest of research is molecular machinery in Parkinson’s disease with cell reprogramming techniques such as iPSC and direct reprogramming from fibroblast to functional neuron (iN). With this technology I would like to identify the relationship of aging and Parkinsonism and why dopaminergic neurons are particularly vulnerable in Parkinson patients.

Simon Schafer

Simon Schafer
Research Associate
sschafer@salk.edu

Simon is a Research Associate of the Gage Lab.

Son Pham

Son Pham
Research Collaborator
spham@salk.edu

Son Pham finished his Ph.D in Computer Science under the supervision of Pavel Pevzner and is currently studying the genetic codes of schizophrenia and bipolar diseases in Fred Gage's lab. His research interest includes: Neuroscience, Graph Theory, and Bioinformatics.

More info can be found at his website

Stephen Johnston

Stephen Johnston
Graduate Student
johnston@salk.edu

Stephen Johnston is a PhD student in the UCSD Neurosciences Program specializing in Computational Neuroscience. He is interested in adult neurogenesis and circuit activity mediating hippocampal dependent behaviors. In a past life he traveled, collected random information and experiences, and loathed physicists who, like himself, became biologists.

Tiago Goncalves

Tiago Goncalves
Visiting Scientist
tgoncalves@salk.edu

I'm Tiago, I am a Physics major but I was always fascinated by the brain which led me to do a PhD in Neuroscience. I am currently a postdoc in the Gage Lab.

Tomohisa Toda

Tomohisa Toda
Research Associate
ttoda@salk.edu

I am Tomo and I received a B.S. in Biology from Nagoya University, and M.S. & PhD. in Neuroscience from the University of Tokyo. I am interested in the temporal regulation of brain development, and now working on the long-term maintenance of adult neural stem cells and aging. Outside lab, I like drinking, surfing, reading and sleeping.

Tracy Bedrosian

Tracy Bedrosian
Research Associate
tbedrosian@salk.edu

I'm interested in how genetics and the environment interact to drive individual differences in behavior, cognition, and susceptibility to neuropsychiatric disorders. Currently I am studying how mobile genetic elements (i.e., retrotransposons) respond to environmental experience and the consequences for neuronal and behavioral phenotypes.

Yeni Kim

Yeni Kim
Visiting Scientist
ykim@salk.edu

Yeni Kim is a Visiting Scientist of the Gage Lab.

Yongsung Kim

Yongsung Kim
Research Associate
yonkim@salk.edu

Yongsung Kim received his Ph.D, M.S., and B.S. in Biological Sciences from KAIST. He is currently interested in mitochondrial function in various neurologic disorder such as schizophrenia, Parkinson's disease and bipolar disorder using patients fibroblasts iPSC derived humans neurons.

Alfonso Reyes

Alfonso Reyes
Research Assistant I
areyes@salk.edu

Hello my name is Alfonso and I have a degree in Biochemistry with an emphasis on Cell Biology from UCSD. I am currently a research assistant in the field of neurobiology and I soon plan to apply to graduate school to obtain a Doctorate in either neuroscience or stem cell biology, both of which I am currently gaining hands on experience with. When I am not in lab, I enjoy exploring San Diego with my friends by trying new restaurants, breweries or enjoying any local events.

Ana Diniz Mendes

Ana Diniz Mendes
Research Assistant II
amendes@salk.edu

My name is Ana and I studied Nursing for my undergraduate degree at Faculdade de Enfermagem do Hospital Israelita Albert Einstein in Brazil. I worked for 4 years and 4 months in a NICU as a RN in a prestigious hospital in Brazil. I've recently changed professions and working as a Research Assistant II in the Gage Lab since February 2013 after 1 year and 2 months working as a volunteer in a lab at UCSD.  In my free time, I like to practice belly dance, gardening, scrapbooking and watch TV shows like Elementary and CSI.

Andres Paucar

Andres Paucar
Research Assistant III
apaucar@salk.edu

Hi my name is Andres and I have been in an academic research setting for over a decade. My background is in biochemistry and molecular biology, but I¹ve heavily concentrated in cell biology and neuroscience research. I greatly enjoy tackling scientific questions and working through the experiments to find an answer. When I¹m not in the lab, I¹m spending fun-time with my family, which includes teaching my daughter to skate, snowboard, and surf.

Arianna Mei

Arianna Mei
Research Assistant III
amei@salk.edu

Hi my name is Arianna and I hold a Master's degree in Pharmaceutical Biotechnology from the University "La Sapienza" in Rome. I have been working for several years as research assistant in the Gage Lab. In my free time I enjoy being active outside, like going for a run or a hike.

Barbara Miller

Barbara Miller
Research Assistant IV
bmiller@salk.edu

I graduated from Syracuse University with Science andScience Education degrees. In the Gage lab I am in charge of the main Cell Culture facility where I supply, organize and maintain it and overwatch biosafety issues. My main claimed to fame in the lab are cell cloning and high titer viral preparations. My outside life includes family, reading, and being grandboys soccer, swimming, and karate booster.

Christian Saavedra

Christian Saavedra
Research Assistant I
csaavedra@salk.edu

Christian graduated from UC San Diego with a B.S. in Physiology and Neuroscience. His work is centered on various projects that are focused on modeling hippocampal neurogenesis in mice. When he is not in the lab, he enjoys photography, music, and spending time with family and friends.

Cooper Bloyd

Cooper Bloyd
Research Assistant II
cbloyd@salk.edu

I graduated from Cal Poly SLO in with a B.S. in Animal Science and followed up with a M.S. in Regenerative Medicine and Stem Cell Biology through the CIRM Bridges to Stem Cell Research Program. I performed my Masters research as an intern in the Gage lab and have since returned to the lab after completing my degree. I have an immense interest in translational research and plan to apply to medical school for the 2017 academic year.

Daphne Quang

Daphne Quang
Lab Assistant I
dquang@salk.edu

Daphne is a Lab Assistant I of the Gage Lab.

“Eric

Eric Lee
Research Assistant I
erlee@salk.edu

Eric is a Research Assistant I of the Gage Lab.

Eunice Mejia

Eunice Mejia
Lab Coordinator
mejia@salk.edu

I am Eunice Mejia and I graduated from San Diego State University with a B.S. in Cell and molecular biology. I started working in the Gage Lab when I was still an undergraduate student and fell in love with research. Now I am Lab coordinator for the Microscopy and Histology department in the Lab.

Iryna Gallina

Iryna Gallina
Research Assistant II
gallina@salk.edu

My name is Iryna. I graduated from International Sakharov Environmental University (Minsk, Belarus) with Master of Science degree with major in Radiology and specialization in Immunology. Currently, I am working as a research assistant mostly  molecular biology and  behavior studies. All my free time I am spending with my family.

Isabelle Guimont

Isabelle Guimont
Lab Coordinator
iguimont@salk.edu

Originally from Ottawa, Canada, I join the Gage Lab in 2009. I have a keen interest for science. Specifically, I enjoy the art of communicating science. When I am not facilitating grant writing or assisting with planning the lab's daily activities, my passion for the outdoors takes me everywhere in the sun... and most likely to the beach!

Joseph Herdy

Joseph Herdy
Research Assistant II
jherdy@salk.edu

Hello my name is Joe and I received my Masters in Molecular Biology with a focus on Bioinformatics from the University of Kentucky. I'm interested in everything to do with genomics, and am particularly fascinated with variations in genetic content between cells, termed somatic mosaicism. When I'm not in the lab I enjoy hiking, camping, rock climbing, and cooking too much food.

John Jepsen

John Jepsen
Lab Coordinator
jepsen@salk.edu

John is a Lab Coordinator of the Gage Lab.

Lauren Diffine

Lauren Diffine
Lab Tech I
ldiffine@salk.edu

Hi, my name is Lauren. I obtained my B.S. in Kinesiology from San Diego State University and continued my education with post baccalaureate work at UCSD. I've also worked in patient care, specifically in physical rehabilitation of Orthopaedics and Spinal Cord Injuries.  Currently, I am a volunteer and am eager to learn more about the genetic basis behind neurodegenerative processes. In my free time I love to go camping, hiking, and fishing.

Lynne Randolph-Moore

Lynne Randolph-Moore
Lab Manager
moore@salk.edu

Hi my name is Lynne Moore and graduated from San Diego State University. I am Dr. Gage¹s lab manager and my bench work is as a molecular biologist. In my free time I enjoy my family, hiking and scary movies. 

Monique Pena

Monique Pena
Research Assistant II
mpena@salk.edu

Monique Pena majored in Biochemistry with an emphasis in Chemistry from UCSD. She joined the Gage Lab in May of 2013. Currently she is working on retrotransposition, specifically LINE 1 elements and disease modeling of mutltiple sclerosis using iPSC. When she is not in the lab she enjoys exploring nature through hiking, camping and unwinds by practicing yoga.

Nicole Novaresi

Nicole Novaresi
Research Assistant I
nnovaresi@salk.edu

I graduated from DePauw University with a B.A. in Biology and a minor in Biochemistry. In the Gage Lab, I work on projects investigating the various roles of the L1 retrotransposon in tumors as well as in neuronal and behavioral phenotypes. My goal for the future is to pursue a PhD in biomedical sciences, specifically cancer biology.

Ray Deng

Ray Deng
Lab Tech Specialist
rdeng@salk.edu

Ray studied at UCSD and received a B.S. in Cognitive Science with a focus in Neuroscience during his undergraduate career. His keen interests in the ever-expanding world of technology has taken him into a profession in the IT industry, where he currently manages the Gage Lab as their IT Specialist. When he is not working, he enjoys running, attending music festivals, and watching TV shows such as The Walking Dead and Game of Thrones.

Ruth Keithley

Ruth Keithley
Research Assistant III
oefner@salk.edu

Hi my name is Ruth and I studied Microbiology for my undergraduate degree at UCSD.  I started out in the Gage Lab as a student and have now been here for many years specializing in tissue culture.  On my weekends I enjoy gardening,  hiking and spending time with family and friends.

Sabrina Lefcochilos-Fogelquist

Sabrina Lefcochilos-Fogelquist
Lab Tech I
sabrinalf@salk.edu

Hi my name is Sabrina and I graduated from Georgetown University with a B.S. in biology. Currently I am a lab tech in the Gage lab learning about modeling neurodegenerative and neuropsychiatric disorders, specifically bipolar disorder, using induced pluripotent stem cells. In my free time I enjoy exploring new places, dancing, and spending time outdoors.

Sara Marshall

Sara Marshall
Research Assistant I
smarshall@salk.edu

My name is Sara Marshall and I am a Research Assistant at the Gage lab. I obtained my Bachelors of Science in Human Biology from UCSD in 2015. My unique position involves assisting researchers with genotyping, molecular cloning, and data analysis, as well as assisting in laboratory administrative needs. When I am not in the lab I enjoy rock climbing and outdoors adventures.

Sharon Stannislaus

Sharon Stannislaus
Lab Assistant I
sstannislaus@salk.edu

Sharon is a Lab Assistant I of the Gage Lab.

“Emily

Emily Yan
Volunteer
eyan@salk.edu

Emily is an undergraduate student at UCSD studying Physiology and Neuroscience. She developed her strong desire to research learning and memory while working with people who have Down Syndrome and Alzheimer's Disease. When not in lab, you will find Emily having fun at the beach, painting with watercolors, or eating copious amounts of gelato.

“Sarah

Sarah Voter
Volunteer
svoter@salk.edu

Hello, my name is Sarah and I’m a biochemistry student at UC San Diego. I am currently learning about the use of induced pluripotent stem cells as a model to study patients with Autism Spectrum Disorder. In my free time I enjoy guitar, art and exploring the outdoors.

Thomas Kuret

Thomas Kuret
Volunteer
tkuret@salk.edu

Thomas is an undergraduate student at UCSD. He is studying Neuroscience and Physiology, and his primary interest is neurodevelopmental disease. In his free time, Thomas sleeps; though, he never has free time and always looks tired.

Vivianne Reyes

Vivianne Reyes
Volunteer
vreyes@salk.edu

Hi, my name is Vivianne and I am currently an undergraduate student at the University of San Diego majoring in Behavioral Neuroscience. My primary research interest is learning and memory. When I'm not volunteering, I enjoy spending time at the beach and trying new restaurants.

“Yalin

Yalin Deng
Volunteer
ydeng@salk.edu

Hi my name is Yalin and I am a third year undergraduate student from UCSD majoring Physiology and Neuroscience. When I'm not volunteering, I enjoy baking cookies and cakes.

Anne Conway

Anne Conway
Research Collaborator
aconway@salk.edu

Anne is a Research Collaborator of the Gage Lab.

Beatriz Freitas

Beatriz Freitas
Research Collaborator
bfreitas@salk.edu

Beatriz is a Research Collaborator of the Gage Lab.

Cleber Trujillo

Cleber Trujillo
Research Collaborator
ctrujillo@salk.edu

Cleber is a Research Collaborator of the Gage Lab.

Pinar Mesci

Pinar Mesci
Research Collaborator
pmesci@salk.edu

Pinar is a Research Collaborator of the Gage Lab.

2016

  • Krishnan Padmanabhan Ph.D.
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2015

  • Rebecca Wright Ph.D.
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  • Bilal Kerman Ph.D.
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  • Benjamin Lacar Ph.D.
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2014

  • Leah Boyer Ph.D.
  • The Salk Institute, Stem Cell Core
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  • Wei Deng Ph.D.
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2013

  • Dane Clemenson Ph.D.
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  • Jasodhara Ray Ph.D.
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  • Beate Winner Ph.D.
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  • Jun Yao Ph.D.
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2012

  • Mohamedi Kagalwala Ph.D.
  • Neurogeneration
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  • Chunmei Zhao Ph.D.
  • Halozyme Therapeutics
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  • Yan Li Ph.D.
  • Stanford University
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  • Star Lee Ph.D.
  • Boston University
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  • Yangling Mu Ph.D.
  • Shenzen Institute of Advanced Technology
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  • Kristen Brennand Ph.D.
  • Mount Sinai School of Medicine
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  • Michael McConnell Ph.D.
  • University of Virginia School of Medicine
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2011

  • Brad Aimone Ph.D.
  • Sandia National Laboratories
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2010

  • Stefan Aigner Ph.D.
  • Hoffmann-La Roche - Switzerland
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2008

  • Gene Yeo Ph.D.
  • University of California at San Diego
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  • Michael Saxe Ph.D.
  • BrainCells Inc.
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  • Alysson Muotri Ph.D.
  • University of California at San Diego
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  • Xiangdong Xu Ph.D.
  • University of California at San Diego Medical School
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  • Koji Shimozaki Ph.D.
  • University of Nagasaki - Japan
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  • Sebastian Jessberger Ph.D.
  • ETH Zurich - Institute of Cell Biology
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2006

  • Toru Sawai Ph.D.
  • Eisai Co. - Japan
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2005

  • Andrew Wurmser Ph.D.
  • University of California at Berkeley
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  • Sophia Colamarino Ph.D.
  • Cure Autism Now/Autism Speaks
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  • Brian Kaspar Ph.D.
  • Nationwide Children's Hospital - Columbus, OH
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  • Jenny Hsieh Ph.D.
  • University of Texas Southwestern - Dallas
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  • Sandrine Thuret Ph.D.
  • Kings College London
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  • Tomoko Kuwabara Ph.D.
  • AIST - Japan
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  • Dieter Chichung Lie Ph.D.
  • European Science Foundation
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  • Antonella Consiglio Ph.D.
  • Centre de Medicina Regenerativa - Barcelona
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  • Ayumu Tashiro Ph.D.
  • Norwegian Institute for Science and Technology
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2004

  • Xinyu Zhao Ph.D.
  • University of New Mexico - Albuquerque
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  • Phillippe Taupin Ph.D.
  • National Neuroscience Institute - Singapore
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  • Andrew Willhoite Ph.D.
  • University of Canberra - Australia
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  • Kinichi Nakashima Ph.D.
  • Kumamoto University - Japan
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2003

  • Ed Lein Ph.D.
  • Allen Institute for Brain Science
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  • Vi Chu Ph.D.
  • Chemicon International
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  • Leigh Leasure Ph.D.
  • University of Texas - Houston
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  • Guoli Ming Ph.D.
  • Johns Hopkins University
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  • Hong Jun Song Ph.D.
  • Johns Hopkins University
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  • Michaela Thallmair Ph.D.
  • University of Zurich Brain Research Institute
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2002

  • Theo Palmer Ph.D.
  • Stanford University
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  • Eugene Brandon Ph.D.
  • Ceregene Corporation
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2001

  • Phil Horner Ph.D.
  • University of Washington at Seattle
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2000

  • David Schaffer Ph.D.
  • UUniversity of California at Berkeley
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  • Lamya Shihabuddin Ph.D.
  • Genzyme Corporation
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  • Kohji Nishida Ph.D.
  • Osaka University Medical School
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1999

  • Eleni Markakis Ph.D.
  • Yale University
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1998

  • Isabelle Aubert Ph.D.
  • Sunnybrook Health Sciences Center - Toronto
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  • Gerd Kempermann Ph.D.
  • Center for Regenerative Therapies - Dresden
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1997

  • Jun Takahashi Ph.D.
  • University of Kyoto - Japan
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  • Masayo Takahashi Ph.D.
  • University of Kyoto - Japan
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  • Georg Kuhn Ph.D.
  • University of Gothenburg - Germany
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1996

  • Un Jung Kang Ph.D.
  • University of Chicago
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  • Silke Thode Ph.D.
  • Iconix Biosciences
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  • Shun Shimohama Ph.D.
  • University of Kyoto - Japan
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1995

  • Daniel A. Peterson
  • Rosalind Franklin University
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1993

  • Ann Fagan Ph.D.
  • Washington University at St. Louis
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  • Michael Kawaja Ph.D.
  • Queen's University - Canada
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