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Lab Members

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Gary E. Gibson, Ph.D.
Lab Director
Laboratory for Mitochondrial Biology and Metabolic Dysfunction in Neurodegeneration
Ankita Thakkar, Ph.D.
Postdoctoral Fellow
Laboratory for Mitochondrial Biology and Metabolic Dysfunction in Neurodegeneration
Research Assistant
Laboratory for Mitochondrial Biology and Metabolic Dysfunction in Neurodegeneration
Clinical Coordinator
Laboratory for Mitochondrial Biology and Metabolic Dysfunction in Neurodegeneration
Assistant Clinical Coordinator
Laboratory for Mitochondrial Biology and Metabolic Dysfunction in Neurodegeneration
Research Associate
Laboratory for Mitochondrial Biology and Metabolic Dysfunction in Neurodegeneration
Visiting Scientist
Laboratory for Mitochondrial Biology and Metabolic Dysfunction in Neurodegeneration

Internal Collaborators

*Includes Current Burke Faculty, Emeritus Faculty, Former Faculty, Former Lab Members
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Harriet Baker, Ph.D.
Emeritus Professor
Pathology and Laboratory Medicine
Sunghee Cho, Ph.D.
Lab Director
Preclinical Stroke Modeling
Rajiv R. Ratan, M.D., Ph.D.
Executive Director
Laboratory for Redox Biology and Neural Protection and Repair
Associate Dean, Professor

External Collaborators

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Assistant Research Professor of Neuroscience
Professor of Pathology and A. Julio Martinez Chair of Neuropathology
Chairman
Director and Staff Neurologist
Assistant Professor of Neurology
Professor of Cardiomyopathies and Head of the Centre for Heart Failure Research Department of Cardiology
Assistant Medical Director; Director, Neurorehabilitation
Associate Professor of Research in Neuroscience

Former Trainees

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Former Postdoctoral Fellow
Laboratory for Mitochondrial Biology and Metabolic Dysfunction in Neurodegeneration
Laboratory for Mitochondrial Biology and Metabolic Dysfunction in Neurodegeneration
Laboratory for Mitochondrial Biology and Metabolic Dysfunction in Neurodegeneration

Future Talent

A critical part of the mission of Burke Medical Research Institute is to foster and cultivate a pool of talented young scientists, clinicians, and clinician-scientists who will lead the next generation in research studies on repair and rehabilitation of the nervous system. Learn more about training programs, training opportunities and open positions to join us in leading the next generation.