Neurology Editor and Grant Writer Dr. Spangler
Dr. Spangler began her research career while completing a Bachelors degree in Biology at the University of North Carolina and, following two years working as a research technician in the Picower Institute for Learning and Memory at MIT, moved to the Netherlands to pursue a Ph.D. in Neuroscience. She completed her Ph.D. on protein trafficking and synapse function in 2009 and moved onto the University of California, where she did a postdoctoral fellowship on the role of autism-linked genetic mutations in regulating synapse dynamics. During this time period, she also completed a two-year interdisciplinary training program on autism research at the MIND Institute. Dr. Spangler has published work on subjects including dendrite outgrowth, microtubule-based transport, and presynaptic structure and function and has had the opportunity to edit manuscripts and grants for scientists of varying nationalities and scientific disciplines. She has experimental expertise in neurobiology, molecular and cellular biology, biochemistry, and high-resolution imaging and extensive experience editing abstracts, manuscripts, presentations, and grant proposals for an international audience.
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