Kenneth Colodner

Ken is originally from New York and did his undergraduate studies at Northwestern University.  He obtained his Ph.D. in neuroscience from Harvard University where he studied neuro-glial interactions in Drosophila models of neurodegeneration.  He has continued his interest in neurodegeneration in the Stevens lab, where he is investigating the role complement proteins play in mediating disease and injury-associated synapse loss.

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