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Arminda Suli , PhD

Principle Investigator 

Faculty Profile

Research Focus

Mechanisms overseeing neurodevelopment and neurocircuitry formation.

Biography
Dr. Suli grew up in Tirana, Albania and completed her higher education in the US. She received her AA degree from Ricks College (now BYU-Idaho) and her BS degree in Microbiology from BYU-Provo. For her PhD, Dr. Suli worked in the laboratory of Dr. Chi-Bin Chien at University of Utah in the department of Neurobiology and Anatomy. She then completed a postdoctoral fellowship at University of Washington, in the laboratories of Dr. David Raible (Department of Biological Structure) and Dr. Edwin Rubel (Virginia Merrill Bloedel Hearing Research Center).

Personal Interests

Long distance trail running, road cycling, backpacking, cooking, watching neurons develop in real-time through time-lapse microscopy!

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Samuel Caton

Undergraduate Studies: Neuroscience

Project

Optogenetic approaches to study sensory integration.

Personal Interests

Volleyball and listening to any kind of music. A big fan of puns with at least one or two groan-inducers on hand at all times.

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Jeffrey Dunn

Undergraduate Studies: Psychology

Project

Optogenetic approaches to study sensory integration.

Personal Interests

A huge soccer fan! Enjoy playing the sport as much as watching it. Also enjoy cooking and volunteering in the community.

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Anne Dunn

Undergraduate Studies: Microbiology and Molecular Biology

Project

Using CRISPR/CAS9 system to endogenously tag synaptic proteins in the zebrafish mechanosensory hair cells.

Personal Interests

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Kimball Manner

Undergraduate Studies: Neuroscience

Project

Using CRISPR/CAS9 system to endogenously tag synaptic proteins in the zebrafish mechanosensory hair cells

Personal Interests

Deep conversations, playing the piano, being in the pool and watching movies.

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David Rallison

Undergraduate Studies: Physiology and Developmental Biology

Project

Using CRISPR/CAS9 system to endogenously tag synaptic proteins in the zebrafish mechanosensory hair cells.

Personal Interests

Playing and watching all sports, hiking, music, the outdoors, stupid jokes!