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We’re excited to share the lab’s first paper was published in Cell Death Discovery! This study, led by graduate student Alana Slike, highlights the beneficial neurogenic role of huntingtin in modifying neurobiological traits in humans (outside of Huntington disease), pointing to roles for the gene in longevity and aging. Read more here
In this lab, we believe
This is the group’s primary department. Graduate students in the Wright Lab can enroll for either the M.Sc. or Ph.D. programs in Pharmacology and Therapeutics. Find out more about here.
We are also affiliated witht the Department of Biochemistry and Medical Genetics. Graduate students in the Wright Lab can therefore enroll for either the M.Sc. or Ph.D. programs in Biochemistry and Medical Genetics. Find out more about here.