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Féodora Bertherat

Postgraduate student

I joined the Wade-Martins lab in 2021. My project focuses on better understanding dysfunctional pathways in Alzheimer’s Disease (AD). More specifically, I will differentiate iPSC lines from patients into neurons to investigate how mitophagy and mitochondrial function is affected in AD.

I graduated from Boston University in 2019, where I studied Biology and Psychology, after which I worked in the Zachariou lab at Mount Sinai in New York for a year. I then completed my MSc in Neuroscience at the University of Oxford in 2021.