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We are focused on identifying and understanding molecular mechanisms of neurodegeneration in the mammalian brain.

We study the circadian clock system and how it regulates glia function, neuroinflammation, protein aggregation, and neurodegeneration.

Areas of current interest include: 

  • Circadian clocks in Alzheimer's Disease pathogenesis

  • Regulation of glial function and neuroinflammation by the circadian clock

  • Interplay between aging, the circadian clock, and neurodegeneration

  • The role of glial cells in neurodegenerative diseases

  • Novel therapeutic targets for Alzheimer's Disease


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