Chenyu Wang receives an Action Potential Grant from the FamilieSCN2A Foundation

August 31, 2020
Chenyu is one of two awardees of a grant from the FamilieSCN2A Foundation, which supports research into the effects of SCN2A Disorders on brain function. Chenyu's thesis work is focused on the role of SCN2A in cerebellar processing. As you can tell, he is quite excited.      

Perry Spratt (virtually) defends his thesis. Congrats Perry!

August 31, 2020
What better way to defend during a pandemic than to have the support of floating avocados.  

Henry Kyoung joins the lab as a research associate.

August 30, 2020
We continue our forum with the Nelson Lab via Zoom to actively address issues of implicit biases in science and reemphasize our own commitment and responsibility in promoting diversity, equity, and inclusion in academic research.