Julie-Anne Rodier, PhD
B.A. Jean Monnet University, St-Etienne, France
M.A. Western Washington University, WA, USA and Claude Bernard University, Lyon, France
Ph.D. Grenoble Institute of Neuroscience, Grenoble Alpes University, Grenoble, France
“Identification of a phosphorylated form of BDNF: a new mechanism of synaptic plasticity regulation and memory?”
Future Postdoctoral Fellows: We are always looking for motivated and creative people. Please email firstname.lastname@example.org with your CV, a brief description of your research experience and interests, and contact information for references.
The Peña Lab is currently accepting undergraduate students for research experience and advising. Preference will be given to those who can work 4-12 hours/week during the school year. Please email with your interests, what you hope to gain from participating in research in the lab, and any relevant coursework you have taken.
In lieu of current and former trainees of the Peña Lab, below is a list of some of the students who I have previously trained while I was a graduate student or postdoc. If you are considering applying to work in the lab, I encourage you to reach out to them as references.
Cali Calarco, PhD
Worked with Dr. Peña: 2010 (Summer Amgen Scholar at Vassar College / Columbia University)
Graduate school:: Yale Neuroscience
Current Postdoctoral Fellow at University of Maryland
Contact: cali [dot] calarco [at] yale [dot] edu
Worked with Dr. Peña: 2014-2018
Current MD-PhD student at Mount Sinai
Contact: hope [dot] kronman [at] icahn [dot] mssm [dot] edu
Worked with Dr. Peña: 2015
Current MD student at Mount Sinai
Contact: tin [dot] leong [at] icahn [dot] mssm [dot] edu