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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
Graduate Student

Jessica HogestynJessica Hogestyn
Graduate Student

Effects of latent human herpesvirus 6 infection on oligodendrocyte precursor cell migration and differentiation

Michael RudyMichael Rudy
Graduate Student

How iron deficiency during pregnancy alters neurodevelopment in the offspring; and the behavioral, toxicological, and morphological sequelae seen later in life.

Garrick SaloisGarrick Salois
Graduate Student

The effects of gestational and early life nutrient deficiency on plasticity and risk for the development of neuropsychological disorders