ALUMNI

EMIN AVSAR, PH.D

FORMER POST-DOC

Emin Avsar currently works as a clinical trial leader at Novartis.

 

ERIC HARGREAVES, PH.D.

FORMER POST-DOC

Clinical DBS neurophysiologist at Robert Wood Johnson University

 

YUJI NAYA, PH.D.

FORMER POST-DOC

Assistant Professor, Center for Life Science, Peking University, China

 

JOHN SAKON, PH.D.

FORMER POST-DOC

 

SYLVIA WIRTH, PH.D.

FORMER POST-DOC

Researcher with Institut des Sciences cognitives, CNRS,  Lyon, France

MARIANA YANIKE, PH.D.

FORMER GRADUATE STUDENT

Post doc with Richard Anderson, Cal Tech.

JOYCE HO, B.S.

FORMER RESEARCH TECHNICIAN

Joyce Ho received her B.S. from the School of Environmental and Biological Sciences at Rutgers University in 2013 and completed a major in Animal Science/Pre-Veterinary Medicine and Research with a minor in Biological Sciences. She joined the Suzuki Lab in 2013.

TINA LEE, B.S.

FORMER RESEARCH TECHNICIAN

Tina graduated from New York University as an Honors Scholar with a Bachelor of Science degree in philosophy and psychology. Before she joined the Suzuki lab, Tina, worked in the financial services sector and wasassistant project manager at the Juvenile Bipolar Research Foundation (JBRF) where she helps to conduct clinical trials testing a novel treatment drug to combat symptoms of pediatric bipolar disorder. She joined the Suzuki lab as lab manager in February of 2015. She plans to pursue a doctoral degree in clinical psychology.

ANDREA SHANG, B.A.

FORMER RESEARCH TECHNICIAN

Andrea Shang received her B.A. from Smith College, Northampton MA in 2010, where she completed majors in Psychology, History and German Studies. She began working in the lab in September of 2010.

BENJAMIN STEEPER, B.S.

FORMER RESEARCH TECHNICIAN

Ben Steeper graduated with a B.S. in Cognitive Science from University of California, Los Angeles. His senior thesis was in computational biology. He has been a laboratory technician in the Suzuki Lab since 2012.

ELLEN WANG, B.S.

FORMER RESEARCH TECHNICIAN

Ellen Wang graduated with honors from New York University’s College of Arts and Sciences with a major in Biology and a minor in Business. She has worked as a research technician in the Suzuki Lab since 2007, and played a key role in developing the lab’s training protocols based on positive reinforcement. Ellen is currently attending Veterinary school at U.C. Davis.

FORMER UNDERGRADUATE RESEARCHERS

Alexandra McHale
Christen Crosta
Nicholette Payne
Adam Klaus
Daniel Roca-Atkinson
Ronak Trivedi
Kristina Reyes
Oren Wilcox
Emily Astarita