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Kira Irving
VA Palo Alto
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Lab News

04-20-16 Tony talks microglia

Tony is featured in an article in Scientific American. He talks about the impaired function of microglia in aging and Alzheimer's disease and how young blood may help.

 

04-04-16 Liz to join the faculty at Ohio State

Liz has been granted a position as assistant professor at Ohio State in the Department of Pyschology. Congratulations Liz and go Buckeyes!

03-04-16 Hanadie receives an F32 fellowship

Hanadie received an F32 postdoctoral fellowship for her research on brain endothelial cells. Congratulations Hanadie!

02-18-16 Jian receives his first R01 grant

Jian received an R01 to further his research on mild traumatic brain injury (mTBI). Congratulations Jian!

12-10-15 Tony featured on TED's Year in Ideas

Tony's TED talk has reached 1,000,000 views and is featured in TED's Year in Ideas (starting at 1:07), highlighting the lab's work in one of the biggest scientific steps of 2015.

Kira Irving
Graduate Student

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I became drawn to neuroscience during my undergraduate education at Vassar College, which emphasized perspectives in both biology and psychology to the study of the brain and behavior. At Vassar I worked with Dr. John Long studying interactions of the brain, environment, and behavior in the context of evolution. My interest in neurodegenerative diseases grew during an internship in lab of Dr. Nikolaos Robakis at the Mount Sinai School of Medicine. I am now pursuing these interests as a graduate student in the Stanford Neuroscience Program. I joined the Wyss-Coray lab in July of 2008, and I am currently investigating how the immune system, particularly the complement components, may be involved in mechanisms of neurogenesis. In general, I would like to understand how such mechanisms could be disrupted in disease states and the related brain immune responses.