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My research focuses on Alzheimer’s disease.
Our ultimate goal is to design strategies for optimal treatment of arthritis.
To elucidate how defective brain-derived neurotrophic factor (BDNF) signaling in the brain leads to diminished appetite control and the emergence of affective disorders.
I hope to identify mechanisms by which healthy neuronal networks are transformed to generate epilepsy.
My research seeks to understand the function and mechanism of angiogenin, and to apply this knowledge to improve human health.
Research in my laboratory is focused primarily on pattern formation - the developmental processes that determine the morphological features and cell types of tissues, organs and entire organisms.
As someone who started into research from the clinical care aspect, the dream is always to find something in the lab that can affect how we treat patients.
The ultimate goal of our research is to cure cancer. However, a more realistic goal is to develop new therapeutic strategies for cancer treatment.
The goal of our work is to better understand how aberrant regulation of cell death contributes to human disease.