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Songlin Li, PhD
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Li's research interest is in the central nervous system (CNS) repair and regeneration in Alzheimer’s disease (AD), in particular the synaptic alterations following cellular and molecular immunotherapy in AD, employing both in vitro and in vivo strategies. Before joining the Koronyo-Hamaoui Laboratory, Li obtained his PhD in Neuroscience at Sun Yet-sen University of Medical Sciences in China. He received his postdoctoral training in Psychology, Psychiatry and Behavioral Neurosciences under Margaret Fahnestock, PhD, and Ronald J. Racine, PhD, at McMaster University in Canada. Li then worked with Stanley Thomas Carmichael, MD, PhD, and was an assistant researcher in the Department of Neurology, University of California, Los Angeles, after competing his American Heart Association (AHA) postdoctoral fellowship. Li was awarded a Scientist Development Grant from the AHA National Center, studying molecular mechanisms of axonal sprouting and recovery from stroke. Li’s research backgrounds led to an intellectual progression from basic CNS biology to the applied studies of neural repair in AD.
Altan Rentsendorj, PhD
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Rentsendorj received her Master of Science in Microbiology and her Doctorate in Molecular Biology at Lorand Eotvos University, Budapest and the Hungarian Academy of Sciences, Szeged, respectively. She was a research fellow at the Institute of Biotechnology, Mongolian Academy of Sciences, Ulaanbaatar; a postdoctoral fellow in biology at St. Luke's Medical Center, Rush Presbyterian Hospital, Chicago, IL, and in virology at City of Hope Medical Center, Beckman Research Institute, Duarte, CA; a scientist at the University of Southern California, Norris Cancer Center, Gene Therapy Laboratories; and is a research associate at Cedars-Sinai Medical Center, Department of Neurosurgery, Regenerative Medicine Institute.
Julia Sheyn, BSc
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Sheyn completed her Bachelor of Science in Pharmacy at the Hebrew University of Jerusalem, Faculty of Medicine. She worked for two years as a research assistant in a pharmaceutics lab at the Hebrew University Pharmacy School and for a year in the Heart Institute at the Hadassah University Hospital, Jerusalem. After graduation from pharmacy school, Sheyn worked as a community pharmacist for 7 years. She has been involved in neuropathological assessments as well as cognitive and behavioral testing following immune- modulation therapies in transgenic mouse models of disease.
Dieu-Trang (Sandrine) Fuchs, MSc
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Fuchs received her Master of Science in Biology from the Pierre and Marie Curie University, Paris, France and her Medical Analysis certification from the Pitie-Salpetriere Hospital, Paris, France. Since joining the Koronyo-Hamaoui Laboratory, Fuchs has been involved in studying the pathological and behavioral aspects of Alzheimer's disease following immune-based therapies in transgenic mouse models.
Nadav Hart, BA
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Hart is completing a pre-medical certificate at University of California, Los Angeles, and he received his bachelor’s degree in Linguistics from University of California, Riverside. As an intern in the Koronyo-Hamaoui Laboratory, he is involved in research in Alzheimer's Disease and leukocyte signaling.
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Torbati is an undergraduate student studying as a Psychobiology major at the University of California, Los Angeles. She currently conducts her internship in the Koronyo-Hamaoui Laboratory where she participates in Alzheimer's disease research.
Yosef Koronyo, MSc, LLB
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Koronyo received his Bachelor of Science in Natural Sciences and his Master of Science in Molecular Microbiology and Biotechnology at Tel-Aviv University, Israel. He was a researcher at Wise Faculty of Life Sciences, Tel-Aviv University. In parallel with his PhD studies in plant genetic engineering, he studied law at Tel-Aviv University, eventually shifting completely into law studies and becoming a member of the Israeli bar. During the past six years, Yosef has shifted back to biological research. He developed exclusive noninvasive imaging approaches for ex vivo and in vivo monitoring of pathological processes and immune cell infiltration in the retina of rodent models of neurodegenerative disorders.
Hannah Schubloom, MSc
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Hannah received B.A. degrees in Biology and Psychology from the University of Minnesota-Morris. Upon completion, she pursued a M.Sc. in Neuroscience at McGill University in the Woolley-Sakata Lab, where she studied neural underpinnings of female zebra finch song preferences as they relate to pair bond strength. She now supports the Koronyo-Hamaoui Laboratory in an administrative role, assisting with grant applications, tracking financials, organizing events, editing scientific content, and overseeing communications.
David Daley, BSc
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As an undergraduate, attained a Bachelor of Science degree at University of California, Merced in Biology with an emphasis in Molecular and Cell Biology and a minor in Psychology. While in Merced, he worked in Wei-Chun Chin's lab from Fall 2009-Spring 2013 and studied mucin dispersion as well as calcium signalling in BEAS-2B cells. Currently, he is working as a student volunteer in Dr. Koronyo's lab and is involved in Alzheimer's disease research. Research: Alzheimer’s disease immune-based therapy and retinal Pathology.
Leah Zuroff, BSc
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Zuroff received her Bachelor's degree in Biological Basis of Behavior from the University of Pennsylvania. She completed her thesis through the Penn Memory Center, where she investigated the role of cortisol and DHEA-S in stress-related cognitive decline. After graduation, she spent a year at the VU University Medical Center in Amsterdam studying novel cerebrospinal fluid biomarkers of Alzheimer’s disease. As a research intern in Dr. Koronyo-Hamaoui Laboratory, she is involved in synaptic investigation in transgenic murine models of Alzheimer’s disease.