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 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
- New Preprint Paper Out!Posted on August 8, 2021
- Nagham Khouri Farah Awarded NRSAPosted on July 2, 2021
- New NIH Grant AwardedPosted on February 2, 2021
- Training and Professional Development
TGS Timely Topics: Career Conversations and Equity
The Graduate School’sFall 2022Timely Topics Series Timely Topics is a series of opportunities to engage with subject matter experts on... [Read More]
Midterm Grades - How to Prepare and Send Your...
Midterm Grades - How to Prepare and Send Your Grades to Student Admin Online Presenter: Daniel Facchinetti, CETL-EdTechIn this session, you will learn... [Read More]
Principles of Effective Course Design
Principles of Effective Course Design Tuesday, October 11, 10:00am – 11:00am Online Presenters: Zachary Goldberg and Betsy Guala, CETL-eCampusIn... [Read More]
Using LockDown Browser & Monitor for Online Test..
Using LockDown Browser and Monitor for Online Tests in HuskyCT Online Thursday, October 13, 2:30-3:30 Presenter: Daniel Facchinetti, CETL-EdTechLockDown... [Read More]
Student Employee Evaluation Cycle
Student employee evaluations play a critical piece in a student's learning, by offering feedback and opportunities to grow and learn. A productive evaluation... [Read More]
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