Dr David Keays
Principle Research Associate
Dr David Keays is pleased to consider applications from prospective PhD students.
http://www.keayslab.org (personal home page)
The Keays lab exploits cerebral organoids, 2-photon light microscopy, and in vivo genetic methods to investigate important questions in developmental and sensory neurobiology. We are interested in: (1) How mutations in the tubulin and MAST genes cause neurodevelopmental disease?; and (2) How animals detect magnetic and electric fields?
3D cell culture, iDISCO, CRISPR-cas9, immunohistochemistry, molecular methods, cell culture, electrophysiology