Jennifer E. Phillips-Cremins, PhD
Associate Professor at University of Pennsylvania
2014 NYSCF – Robertson Stem Cell Investigator Alumna
PhD, Georgia Institute of Technology
Postdoctoral Training, Emory University; UMass Medical School
Dr. Phillips-Cremins is an Associate Professor at the University of Pennsylvania, where her lab focuses on understanding the mechanisms that govern the production of healthy neurons from stem cells and how these mechanisms go awry during the onset of neurodegenerative diseases. She received her PhD from Georgia Institute of Technology, and completed her postdoctoral training at Emory University and UMass Medical School.
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