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Dane Hazelbaker

Dane Hazelbaker, Ph.D.

Dr. Dane Hazelbaker received his Bachelor’s degree in Biology from Indiana University and his PhD from Brown University where he studied the biochemistry of site-specific DNA recombination with Dr. Arthur Landy. As a postdoc, Dane received an American Cancer Society fellowship to study transcriptional regulation and RNA processing at Harvard Medical School with Dr. Stephen Buratowski, in addition to lecturing graduate courses on gene expression at Tufts Medical Center. His growing interest in understanding the molecular bases of neurological disorders led him to Dr. Lindy Barrett’s group at the Stanley Center, where he drives efforts to advance gene engineering in stem cells to develop applicable models for psychiatric disease.