The Li lab studies molecular pathways that control neural stem cell fate, differentiation, and circuit assembly. We focus on the development of the cerebellum. We employ mouse genetics, embryonic stem cell differentiation, 3D-imaging, single-cell analysis to unveil mechanisms of brain development in health and disease.
- Nagham won poster award again and will speak at the SfN meetingPosted on August 11, 2023
- Welcome new PhD Student, Martina Ysabel Mendoza Miranda!Posted on May 23, 2023
- Nagham won best poster at ISG eventPosted on December 2, 2022
- Nagham got 1st place poster award and will speak at GRC meetingPosted on July 18, 2022
- New paper published in Science AdvancesPosted on April 3, 2022
- Training and Professional Development
7/27 Organizing Course Materials in HuskyCT
Keeping It Simple - Organizing Course Materials in HuskyCT Monday, July 27, 12:30-1:30 Online Presenter: Margaret Ascenzo, CETLThis session will cover... [Read More]
Communicating Effectively in your Distance...
Communicating Effectively in your Distance Learning Class Online Presenter: Wayne Trembly, CETLJoin us for an hour of your day to connect with your colleagues.... [Read More]
7/30 HuskyCT Basics - Intro and Overview
HuskyCT Basics – Intro and Overview Thursday, July 30, 1:00-2:00 Online Presenter: Margaret Ascenzo, CETLThis session will introduce you to the new... [Read More]
7/30 Preparing your HuskyCT Grade Center for Grade
Preparing your HuskyCT Grade Center for Grade Calculation and Submission Thursday, July 30, 11:00-12:00 Online Presenter: Dan Facchinetti, CETLIn this... [Read More]
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