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Lab Members

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Principal Investigator

Ania Majewska
Ania K. Majewska, Ph.D.
MC 5.8153
Phone: (585) 275-4173
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Research Interest: Glia-neuron interactions during synaptic plasticity in health and disease


Sarah Latchney
Sarah Latchney, Ph.D.
Adjunct Assistant Professor
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Assistant Professor of Neurobiology at St. Mary's College of Maryland

Research Staff

Cassandra Lamantia
Cassandra Lamantia, B.S.
Laboratory Technician

Graduate Students

MaKenna Cealie
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The effects of developmental alcohol exposure on glia and neurons

Alexis Feidler
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Microglia contributions to synaptic gain and plasticity, excitability and behavior in Fragile X Syndrome

Linh Le
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The role of microglia in regulating amyloid pathology over the course of Alzheimer's disease

Gavin Piester
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The effects of modulating Sigma-1 receptor signaling on pathogenic activities of astrocytes in Parkinson's Disease

Elizabeth Plunk
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Investigating the effects of developmental exposures to environmentally relevant toxicants on glia and neurons

Mark Stoessel
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Pathways that control cerebellar microglia dynamics and how these pathways contribute to cerebellar physiology and function

Alexandra Strohm
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Perturbations in microglia/neuronal communication following radiation

Research Assistants

Evelyn Matei
Evelyn Matei
Undergraduate Research Assistant