Ana Marjia Sola
Ana Marija is a former Research Assistant in the Tessier-Lavigne lab. She has an interest in neuronal circuit plasticity and neural development. Ana Marija worked closely with Eliza Adams (PhD candidate) on a project to implement both genetic/viral technologies as well as whole brain clearing to study changes in adult cortical network activity and axonal structure. She is now a medical student at UCSF School of Medicine and is continuing to pursue her research interests in neurobiology as a medical student.