Jesse Novak, a fifth year student in the Tri-I MD-PhD program, has been awarded an F30 research grant from the NIH.
Aleksandr Talishinsky, PhD, received an NIH F30 research grant to support his work in the Liston Lab at Weill Cornell Graduate School. Dr. Talishinsky, who defended his thesis in October of 2021, described his research below:
A gene linked to autism spectrum disorders plays a critical role in early brain development and may shape the formation of both normal and atypical nerve connections in the brain, according to a new study by Weill Cornell Medicine investigators.