MEMBERS

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<div align="center">Jeremy McIntyre, Ph.D.</div>
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Jeremy McIntyre, Ph.D.

Assistant Professor of Neuroscience

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<div align="center">Craig Meyers</div>
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Craig Meyers

Sr Biological Scientist

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<div align="center">Kalene Jasso</div>
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Kalene Jasso

Biomed Sciences/Neuroscience Graduate Student

Kalene received her Bachelor’s in Science in Biology and Life Sciences Communication at the University of Wisconsin-Madison in 2017. Her previous research experiences vary from relationship of sleep fragmentation and synaptic plasticity to using bioinformatics to study the diversification of alpine beetle species in regards to climate change. Her current research in the lab focuses on studying the neuromodulatory affects of MCHR1 on olfactory driven and motivated behaviors.

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<div align="center">Carlos Ramos</div>
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Carlos Ramos

Research Technician

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<div align="center">Lindsey Jackson</div>
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Lindsey Jackson

UF Undergraduate Student, 2019-2020 University Scholar

Lindsey Jackson is a student at the University of Florida expecting to graduate in Spring of 2020. She is majoring in Music in Combination with an Outside Field and hopes to attend medical school. As part of the University Scholars Program, she is
studying viral manipulation of neuronal cilia. She is currently constructing adeno-associated virus vectors to elongate and ablate cilia in specific regions of the brain.

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<div align="center">Tyler Ten Eyck</div>
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Tyler Ten Eyck

Research Technician

B.S. Cognitive and Behavioral Neuroscience from the University of Florida
Planning to pursue a PhD in Neuroscience and continue research as a career path.
The aim of my project is to use transgenic mice in combination with behavioral pharmacology to identify how cilia in mesolimbic neuron populations contribute to cocaine-induced behavioral plasticity and reward. Eventually develop a viral-vector-mediated rescue.

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<div align="center">Patty Pozo</div>
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Patty Pozo

UF Undergraduate Student

My name is Patricia Pozo, I attend UF and I am projected to graduate Fall 2020. I am majoring in biology and minoring in health disparities. My project revolves around discovering if angiotensin receptors can be found in the Olfactory Bulb, which is primarily done by IHC procedures.

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<div align="center">Hema Karlapudi</div>
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Hema Karlapudi

UF Undergraduate Student

Studying the effects of psychostimulants on cilia length and GPCR localization. Hema is a Microbiology and Behavioral Cognitive Neuroscience double-major, and is planning on graduating in 2021. She is investigating the impact of drugs on primary cilia length and functioning in the brain.

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<div align="center">Magdalena Moskal</div>
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Magdalena Moskal

UF Undergraduate Student

Studying the effects of psychostimulants on cilia length and GPCR localization. My name is Maggie Moskal and I am double majoring in Behavioral and Cognitive Science as well as Spanish. I will be graduating UF in Spring 2020. I am working on a project analyzing the effects of cocaine and methamphetamine on primary cilia length in reward centers in mice brains. This project includes tracking motor behaviors before and after drug administration, brain embedding and slicing, and immunostaining sliced brains.

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<div align="center">Daniel Arrioja Azuaje</div>
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Daniel Arrioja Azuaje

2019 UF SNIP Student

Working on using AAVs for trans-synaptic tracing in collaboration with Dr. Sara Burke’s Lab

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<div align="center">Thomas Everrett</div>
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Thomas Everrett

2019 UF SNIP Student

Investigating the role of hypothalamic MCH neurons in modulating the olfactory bulb

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<div align="center">Gabe Witherell</div>
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Gabe Witherell

2019 UF SNIP Student

Role of ciliary localized ADCY3 and development of AAVs for studying ADCY3 function

PAST MEMBERS

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<div align="center">Ally Firek</div>
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Ally Firek

UF Undergraduate Student

B.S. 2019. Ally earned 2nd Runner-Up for her 2019 Biology Senior Thesis and is currently applying to medical school.

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<div align="center">Victor Campano</div>
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Victor Campano

Undergraduate Student

Victor Graduated in 2018 with a BS, finishing his honors thesis in the lab and currently at Georgetown University in their Neuroscience Masters program.

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<div align="center">Sam Parks</div>
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Sam Parks

Undergraduate Student

Sam graduated with his BS in 2018 and his pursuing industry jobs while deciding on graduate school options.

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<div align="center">Jonte Roberts</div>
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Jonte Roberts

2018 SNIP Student

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<div align="center">Erin Bumpus, B.A.</div>
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Erin Bumpus, B.A.

Lab Technician

Erin joined the lab in 2016 and spent the year in the lab as our molecular cloning guru. Erin has decided to go back to school to become a PA and we wish her the best of luck.
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<div align="center">Alexander Parker, Ph.D. </div>
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Alexander Parker, Ph.D.

Postdoctoral Scientist

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<div align="center">Natalie Green, M.S.</div>
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Natalie Green, M.S.

Biological Scientist

Natalie joined the McIntyre Lab in 2016. She managed the lab’s research animals, oversaw day-to-day operations, and kept Jeremy in line and supplied with donuts. Nat has returned to her native Canada to be an awesome waterways manager in the Niagra area.

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<div align="center">Jacob Sperber</div>
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Jacob Sperber

2017 SNIP student

Awarded a Fulbright Scholarship for the 2018-2019 academic year.

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<div align="center">Danielle Sblandorio</div>
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Danielle Sblandorio

2017 SNIP Student

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<div align="center">Roshanak Gonzales</div>
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Roshanak Gonzales

2016 SNIP Student

Currently a NIH Postbaccalaureate at the National Eye Institute.

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<div align="center">Candace Barnes</div>
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Candace Barnes

2016 SNIP Student

Candace is currently pursuing her MS in Food Science at UF.

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