Alumni

Danielle Protas

Danielle Protas graduated from the program in July, 2014. Danielle is currently at the University of New Mexico, where she received a 4 year ASERT-IRACDA fellowship.

Sandra Berger

Sandra Berger graduated from the program in June, 2014.

Yael Kusne

Yael Kusne graduated from the program in May, 2014. Yael is currently a postdoc in Dr. Nader Sanai’s lab in the Brain Tumor Research Center (BBTRC) at Barrow Neurological Institute. She is working on glioblastoma and neural stem cells. Yael is also a first year medical student at the University of Arizona College of Medicine – Phoenix.

Ali Elhadi

Ali Elhadi graduated from the program in May, 2014. Ali is currently a postdoc in the Neurological Surgery Research lab at Barrow Neurological Institute.

Joseph Georges

Joseph Georges graduated from the program in May, 2014.

Katie Hutchinson

Katie Hutchinson graduated from the program in December, 2013. She is currently an Associate Consultant, Global Scientific Communications at Eli Lilly and Company.

Junshi Wang

Junshi Wang graduated from the program in August, 2013. He is currently a posdoc at Medical University South Carolina in the lab or Dr. Jacqueline F. McGinty. Junshi’s research is about brain-derived neurotrophic factor’s role in risk of relapse of cocaine seeking, with a focus on the dorsal medial prefrontal cortex area (http://academicdepartments.musc.edu/facultydirectory/FacultyDetails.aspx?facultyId=1290).

Zuha Warraich

Zuha Warraich graduated from the program in August, 2013. She is currently a post-doc at Vanderbilt University. Zuha’s research is in stem cell therapy after a stroke.

Fernando Vonhoff

Fernando Vonhoff graduated from the program in May, 2012. He is currently a postdoc at Yale University in the lab of Dr. Haig Keshishian. Fernando’s research is in developmental neuroscience in drosophila.

Qiang Liu

Qiang Liu graduated from the program in May, 2011. He is currently a postdoc at the Barrow Neurological Institute (BNI). Qiang's research is in neurological diseases, particularly Alzheimer's disease.