I am driven by my profound interest in neurobiology, a fascinating research field that illuminates the inner workings of our brain. My long-term career goal is to lead a cutting-edge academic research laboratory that combines molecular and behavioral approaches to define the epigenetic mechanisms that underlie reward learning and memory. In particular, I aim to identify how these neuro-epigenetic processes are dysregulated in psychiatric disorders.
Metabolic Enzyme Fuels Molecular Machinery of Memory
Friedman Brain Institute, Icahn School of Medicine at Mount Sinai