Current Lab Members

Holly Kinder, Ph. D.

Research Scientist

Studying the regenerative and therapeutic capacities of induced neural stem cells (iNSCs) in both in vitro and in vivo models.

Holly Kinder, Ph. D.

Research Scientist

Studying the regenerative and therapeutic capacities of induced neural stem cells (iNSCs) in both in vitro and in vivo models.

Monika Saini, Ph. D.

Post-Doctoral Researcher

Monika Saini has awarded the SERB Indo-US Post-Doctorate Fellowship to do research in the area of metabolomic study in neural stem cell therapy.

Monika Saini, Ph. D.

Post-Doctoral Researcher

Monika Saini has awarded the SERB Indo-US Post-Doctorate Fellowship to do research in the area of metabolomic study in neural stem cell therapy.

Erin Kaiser

Ph.D. student

Studying the potential of transplanted human induced pluripotent stem cell-derived neural stem cells (iNSCs) in novel pig stroke and traumatic brain injury models.

Erin Kaiser

Ph.D. student

Studying the potential of transplanted human induced pluripotent stem cell-derived neural stem cells (iNSCs) in novel pig stroke and traumatic brain injury models.

Kelly Scheulin

Ph.D. Student

Studying co-implantation of SVF and NSCs into porcine stroke model, non-integrating cellular reprogramming, embryonic stem cell generation from iPSCs from endangered animal fibroblasts in an effort to keep populations from...

Kelly Scheulin

Ph.D. Student

Studying co-implantation of SVF and NSCs into porcine stroke model, non-integrating cellular reprogramming, embryonic stem cell generation from iPSCs from endangered animal fibroblasts in an effort to keep populations from going extinct.

Elizabeth Waters

Research Technician

Studying the survivability of induced pluripotent stem cell-derived neural stem cells in the brain post stroke due to nanoparticle-delivered therapeutics.

Elizabeth Waters

Research Technician

Studying the survivability of induced pluripotent stem cell-derived neural stem cells in the brain post stroke due to nanoparticle-delivered therapeutics.