Classification: PhD Student
Previous Education: B.S. Psychology at Texas Christian University
Hometown: Oakton, Virginia
Hobbies:Traveling, scuba diving, sn owboarding, and playing volleyball
My research interests include examining the underlying mechanism between early life seizures and the development of autistic-like behavior. Specifically, whether the link between PI3K/Akt/mTOR and pro-inflammatory cytokine signaling plays a role in this comorbidity. I am also interested in the neuroinflammatory profile of Fmr1 knock out mice, in which mutations in FMR1 serve as the largest monogenic cause of autism.