Stacey received her Ph.D. in Integrative Biology from UT Southwestern Medical Center with Dr. Jane E. Johnson. She carried out her postdoctoral training with Dr. Benjamin Deneen in the Center for Cell and Gene Therapy at Baylor College of Medicine. Stacey is the recipient of a K01 Mentored Research Scientist Development Award issued by the NIH/NCI.
Post Doctoral Researcher
Julia completed her MSc degree in the Kelly lab at York University in Toronto, Canada and her award-winning work focused on the skin barrier properties of aquatic animals. For her nationally-funded PhD in the Senatore lab at the University of Toronto, Julia studied voltage-gated ion channels and compared their properties in mammals to an animal that lacks neurons, called Trichoplax adhaerens, gaining insight into their evolution. In her postdoc at the Glasgow lab, Julia will be investigating the role of transcription factors in the development of vertebrate motor neurons and glia. Outside the lab, Julia loves to spend time traveling, cooking, and rock climbing.
Sarah completed her Bsc at Arizona State University before working at both the Salk Institute with the O'Shea lab and at The Scripps Research Institute with the Teijaro Lab. Sarah joined the Glasgow lab in 2023 and is excited to work in both developmentally biology and neuroscience. In her spare time, she enjoys reading and video games.
Elizabeth is graduating UCSD with a degree in Neurobiology in the year 2022. After graduation, she will be pursuing a Masters Degree while working with the Glasgow Lab Team to make new discoveries. Outside of the Lab, she is a competitive ballroom dancer who enjoys tea, long walks, and reading.