|Tsuneya Ikezu, MD/PhD
Updates: Awarded Alzheimer’s Art Quilt Institute 2013 Research awardUpdates: Received the award from Coins for Alzheimer’s Research Trust for 2014Updates: Received the award from Alzheimer’s association for 2014Updates: Received the award from Massachusetts neuroscience consortium for 2014
|Hirohide Asai, MD/PhD, Postdoctoral Fellow
Research: Hiro is studying the molecular mechanism of axonal degeneration and tauopathy development in transgenic mouse models of Alzheimer’s disease.Updates: Received BrightFocus Foundation 2013 Research Award for Alzheimer’s DiseaseUpdates: Selected for oral presentation at 11th Annual BU Alzheimer’s Disease Research DayUpdates: Received best oral presentation award at the 55th annual meeting of the Japanese Society of Neurology in May.
|Kaitlin Ingraham, BA
Kaitlin was accepted into the UCLA Graduate ACCESS Program.
|Robert W. Freilich (MD/PhD student)
Research: Rob’s research is aimed at understanding how microRNAs influence the neuroimmune response in the CNS, focused specifically on microglia and on inflammatory regulation of adult hippocampal neurogenesis.Updates: Received PhRMA Foundation 2012 Paul Calabresi Medical Student FellowshipUpdates: Received 2013 Henry I. Russek Student Achievement First PrizeUpdates: Successfully defended thesis in May 2013
|Tessa Abagis, BA
Tessa completed honors thesis study at BU and is currently Clinical Research Assistant in the Depression Center at University of Michigan. Tessa has been working on a project entitled “Imaging biomarkers for transcranial magnetic stimulation treatment of depression.”
Jonathan completed multiple UROPs in Ikezu lab, graduated BU in 2014, and joins Dr. Greco lab at Department of Genetics and Dermatology, Yale University as a research technician.
|Grant Yonemoto (BU Biology Major)
Updates: Received UROP research award for 2013 summer
Updates: Co-authored in Am J Pathol. 2014 Mar;184(3):808-18Updates: Grant is currently working at Morgan Stanley in NY.