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Akansha Mehta

Research Assistant

I am a neuronal cellular biology research assistant at the Wade-Martins Lab. My research mainly focusses on the therapeutic targets of Parkinson's disease by studying the endolysosomal pathway in iPSC-derived neurons from patients. I conduct various cellular assays and disease-phenotypic correction experiments in iPSC-derived dopaminergic neurons to evaluate the mechanism of action of the endolysosomal pathway modulators.