Dr. Joanne Trinh has successfully received the Alexander Von Humboldt postdoctoral fellowship and Canadian Institutes of Health Research Tri-agency funding
Christine Klein awarded the Movement Disorder Society’s Distinguished Service Award in Vancouver, Canada on June 4th, 2017
Philip Seibler appointed W2 Professor for Applied Stem Cell Research
Dr. Joanne Trinh has joined the Institute of Neurogenetics as a postdoctoral research fellow.
14.02.2017 – Dr. Joanne Trinh has joined the Institute of Neurogenetics as a postdoctoral research fellow. She completed her PhD studies in genetic modifiers of disease onset in LRRK2 parkinsonism at the University of British Columbia with Prof. Dr. Matthew Farrer (https://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pubmed/27692902). Her passion for identifying factors that influence onset age of Parkinson disease has led her to join the ‘Reduced Penetrance in Hereditary Movement Disorders – ProtectMove’ DFG Research Unit. She aspires to strengthen the research unit with her expertise in genetics and genomics of penetrance modifiers. We are enthusiastic to have her on the team!
December 19th, 2016
Institute of Neurogenetics