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Tim Hammond


I earned a degree in Biology from UNC-Chapel Hill and went on to do my Ph.D. at George Washington University in the lab of Dr. Vittorio Gallo. There I investigated the signaling mechanisms that regulate oligodendrocyte progenitor cell differentiation and remyelination in demyelinating diseases. In Dr. Stevens’ lab I am investigating the role of microglia in early brain development, and whether disruptions to microglia function underlie neurodevelopmental disorders like Autism and Schizophrenia.

You can visit Tim's personal website here.

Tim left the Stevens lab in late 2019, to start his own lab at Sanofi, developing new therapeutics for MS and neuroinflammation. 

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