Dr. Tamar Demby:
(Ph.D. 2021), Thesis: The APOE4 mouse as a model of chemotherapy-induced cognitive impairments and senescence.
Dr. Nahdia Jones:
(Ph.D. 2021), Thesis: The Effects of Diet Induced Obesity on CNS Function of APOE Mice. Upon Graduation: Post-doctoral fellow, Columbia University.
Dr. Amanda DiBattista:
(Ph.D. 2015), Thesis: Effects of Alzheimer's disease genetic risk factor APOE4 on the normal brain. Upon Graduation: Research program analyst at the National Institute on Aging.
Dr. Gus Rodriguez:
(Ph.D. 2014), Thesis: Human APOE4 affects microglial reactivity and spatial cognition in a mouse model of Alzheimer's disease risk. Upon Graduation: Post-doctoral fellow, Columbia University.
Dr. Teal Burrell:
(Ph.D. 2014), Thesis: A novel role for Fyn in ApoER2 regulation. Upon Graduation: Free-lance science writer.
Dr. Sonya B. Dumanis:
(Ph.D. 2013), Thesis: Using APOE genotype to identify new biomarkers for Alzheimer's disease risk. Upon Graduation: Post-Doctoral Humboldt fellow, Molecular Cardivascular Research, Max Delbrück Center for Molecular Medicine.
Dr. S. Sakura Minami:
(Ph.D. 2010), Thesis: The role of Fyn in the pathogenic processes of Alzheimer's disease. Upon Graduation: Post-doctoral fellow, Gladstone Institute for Neurological Disease, UCSF.
Dr. Ana Pocivavsek:
(Ph.D. 2009), Thesis: Microglial LRP1 modulates JNK activation: A signaling cascade that also regulates apolipoprotein E levels. Upon Graduation: Post-doctoral fellow, Maryland Psychiatric Research Center, University of Maryland.
Dr. Cassandra Cartagena:
(Ph.D. 2008), Thesis: Cholesterol 24S-hydroxylase: Involvement in brain injury and disease. Upon Graduation: Post-doctoral fellow, Neuroimmunological Disease Research Lab, NINDS (NIH).