I received my BHSc from McMaster University in 2010. I subsequently pursued a PhD in Neuroscience focusing on characterizing the role of brain-reactive autoantibodies in a model of neuropsychiatric lupus in Dr. Boris Sakic’s lab. I graduated in November 2015 and began a postdoctoral fellowship with Dr. Margaret Fahnestock, coordinating a collaborative project examining epigenetic factors and immune mechanisms underlying sex differences in behaviour and pathology in a mouse model of Alzheimer’s disease. I joined the Kalia labs in 2018 and my current research focuses on characterizing the molecular chaperone pathways involved in Parkinson’s disease.
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