Head of iPSC NeuroHub,
Christina Muratore has over seven years of expertise in iPSC research and is in charge of the facility and its day to day operations. Prior to the NeuroHub, Christina was an Instructor in the Young-Pearse lab where she investigated the mechanisms underlying Alzheimer’s disease using iPSCs. During her time in the Young-Pearse lab Christina created, optimized and implemented a highly reproducible system for generating neural cultures from human stem cells.
Founder and Advisor to iPSC NeuroHub
The laboratory of Dr. Tracy Young-Pearse (a member of the Department of Neurology and the Ann Romney Center for Neurologic Diseases) has been using iPSCs for over seven years to study Alzheimer’s disease and neurodevelopmental disorders.
Advisor to iPSC NeuroHub
Dr. Dennis Selkoe is the Coates Professor of Neurology at Harvard Medical School and co-director of the Ann Romney Center for Neurologic Diseases at Brigham and Women’s Hospital. Dr. Selkoe has a long-standing interest in studying neurodegenerative diseases and has made numerous contributions to the field over his research career.