Current Status: M4
Graduate Department: Immunology and Molecular Pathogenesis
Previous Education: B.A. in International Studies and Biology, Baylor University;
Advisor(s): Malú G. Tansey, Ph.D;
Hometown: Fairfax, VA
Tennis, Choir, Dancing, Running, Swimming, Cooking, Learning Foreign Languages
The Role of the Peripheral Immune System in Parkinson's Disease
- Understanding the role of the newly identified PARK18 single nucleotide polymorphism in controlling the expression of major compatibility complex II proteins and modulation of Parkinson's disease pathogenesis.
- Determining the role of Regulator of G-protein Signaling 10 in control of leukocyte migration to sites of inflammation, especially the central nervous system.