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Lab Members

Principal Investigator

Margot Mayer-PröschelMargot Mayer-Pröschel, Ph.D.
KMRB 2-9627
Phone: (585) 273-1449

Deciphering the impact of nutritional, toxicological, viral, and genetic insults, singly and in combination, on mammalian brain development and disease later in life.

Graduate Students

Janine CubelloJanine Cubello
TOX Ph.D. Graduate Student

Studying the effects of lead exposure and gestational iron deficiency on neurodevelopment and cellular functioning in the central nervous system.

Jessica HogestynJessica Hogestyn, M.S.
NSC Ph.D. Graduate Student

Effects of human herpesvirus 6A latency on oligodendroglial migration and maturation: Implications for demyelinating disease.

Anne RoskowskiAnne Marie Roskowski
Genetics Ph.D. Graduate Student

The effects of iron deficiency on cholesterol biosynthesis and the Sonic Hedgehog morphogenetic gradient in brain development during gestation.

Garrick SaloisGarrick Salois, M.S.
NSC Ph.D. Graduate Student

The interaction between genetic susceptibilities and perinatal environmental factors in the pathophysiology of intellectual disabilities and neurodevelopmental disorders.