Claire presented her summer research on marmoset spinal cord glia at the Symposium of Undergraduate Research and Public Service (SURPS). For her project, Claire used immunohistochemistry (IHC) to compare glial distribution and activation between mouse and marmoset spinal cord tissue following peripheral injury.
Lauren joined the lab as a postdoc after completing her PhD in Neuroscience at Case Western Reserve University in Cleveland, Ohio. She is excited to investigate the glial contribution to acute and chronic pain conditions. She is looking forward to working with the wonderful people in the Tawfik lab!
The Tawfik Lab is pleased to announce that Janelle Doyle will be joining the lab as a Neurosciences PhD student! Janelle completed her Bachelors of Science degree in Biology at California State University, San Bernardino and then entered the Neurosciences Graduate Program at Stanford. She is excited to conduct research that has the potential to help those suffering from chronic pain, especially since she gets to work with her favorite cell type — glia! She is passionate about science communication and diversity in science, and is very happy to have found her lab home.
Stanford Medicine magazine article featuring our research.
Stanford Scope article highlighting parts of the article.
Vivianne, Elena and Thomas attend the Western Anesthesia Residents Conference (WARC) in San Diego, CA. Elena wins first prize for oral presentations for her talk entitled “A structured research program during residency increases academic productivity of graduates: the Stanford Experience.
Emily Johnson joins the lab as a clinical research assistant.
Stephanie Cordonnier joins the lab as a medical student intern from the University of Toledo, College of Medicine.
Vivianne presents at the American Academy of Pain Medicine (AAPM) Conference in Vancouver, Canada.
Dr. Tawfik is interviewed for Stanford Scope.