Cameron Pernia

  • Research

    Cameron is interested in how changes in the molecular biology of the brain results in complex changes in behavior and cognition

  • Biography

    Cameron earned a B.S. in Molecular, Cellular and Developmental Biology and a B.A. in Psychology from University of California, Santa Cruz.

Publications

 

View All Publications

Cameron Pernia's Research Focus

Induced human pluripotent stem cell -Disease in a Dish- models are providing novel insights into complicated diseases that were not previously attainable. Specifically, central nervous system disorders with intricate behavioral symptoms have proven difficult to study at the cellular and molecular level. Utilizing iPSC technologies, human cell cultures from affected patients can be generated that are representative and predictive of the pathology underlying their disease. Cameron is interested in utilizing these stem cell tools to elucidate how changes in the molecular biology of the brain results in complex changes in behavior and cognition.

About Cameron Pernia

Experience

Cameron earned a B.S. in Molecular, Cellular and Developmental Biology and a B.A. in Psychology from University of California, Santa Cruz. Cameron received his He entered the graduate program in 2013.

Become a Partner / Donate
Your support is crucial in turning hope into healing. Your support is crucial in turning hope into healing. Learn More
Sign In Skip Navigation Links Skip navigation links
Our Mission
Research
Talent
Technology
Training & Education
Our Supporters
Privacy Policy