Univeristy of Oxford, Ph.D Neuroscience
Trinity College Dublin, MSc Neuroscience
University College Dublin, BSc Biomedical, Health and Life Sciences
Bio: I completed my PhD studies at the Cader lab in a collaborative project between the University of Oxford and the pharmaceutical company Roche. My research focused on using a CRISPR-screen to study the effects of the mammalian Target of Rapamycin (mTOR) pathway on tau aggregation in iPSC-derived neurons. I joined the Ye lab in March, 2020 where I am researching the function of the proteasome in patient-derived iPSC neurons.