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Lipids are crucial molecules for life. They play important roles in building membranes, storing energy, and cell signaling. We are interested in how lipids move around both within cells and between cells, for example from astrocytes to neurons. The lab uses cutting-edge microscopy techniques including live-cell imaging, superresolution microscopy, and multispectral imaging. We use these approaches to understand how defects in lipid trafficking contribute to metabolic and neurodegenerative diseases.

Additional Trainings:
NIH Office of Intramural Training and Education (OITE) Leadership Series: Self-awareness; Conflict & Feedback; Team Skills; Diversity in a Multicultural Society

NIH OITE Management Boot Camp

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