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Department of Zoology

 

Biography

I obtained my PhD in Biological Sciences from Stanford University, where I worked on the organisation and development of the Drosophila olfactory system with Dr. Liqun Luo. As a postdoctoral fellow with Dr. James W. Truman at the University of Washington, I began studies on the developmental plasticity of the mushroom body and the segment-specific sculpting of neuronal lineages in the ventral nervous system which were continued in my own laboratory at Bucknell University. Following a sabbatical in 2015 with Dr. Darren Williams at the MRC Centre for Developmental Neurobiology (King's College London), I decided to take a leave of absence from Bucknell in order to join the Fly Connectomics team headed by my former Luo lab collaborator, Dr. Gregory Jefferis.

Research Associate

Contact Details

Room 416 Austin Building
01223 (3)34455