Investigating the role of SP5 in WNT signaling will help better understand the mechanisms underlying WNT-related human defects.
- Assistant Professor
Total projects: 10
Modeling Carriers and Biological Specimen Utility of a Molecular Diagnostic Biosensor for Navajo Neurohepatopathy
Diagnosing Navajo neurohepatopathy will help Phoenix Children’s Hospital better treat patients and potential parents carrying the disease.
Developing and optimizing fluorescent nanoprobes to assess the functionality of cell culture and tissue live for better disease models.
Designing a real-time diagnostic tool for detection and genotyping of Navajo neurohepatopathy will improve treatment cost and time.
Developing a live cell labeling method will help analyze the effectiveness of cell therapies used for Alzheimer’s disease.
Applying Developmental Biology Principles to Probe the Mechanisms of Selective Cell Vulnerability in Alzheimer’s Disease Using Human Induced Pluripotent Stem Cells
Probing the characteristics that mediate cell-selective vulnerability or resistance will help better understand Alzheimer’s disease onset and progression.
Senescence Phenotype Analysis of Progerin Induced Alzheimer’s Disease Neural Progenitor Cell Line Using Confocal Microscopy
Developing a human-induced pluripotent stem cell model for Alzheimer’s disease that reflects aging will help understand the underlying mechanisms of the disease.