Naturally chimeric marmosets present opportunities for autism research

Research presented by Ric del Rosario and lab alumna, Fenna Krienen at Neuroscience 2022, the largest neuroscience conference, was recently showcased by Spectrum, a news outlet for autism research. Ric’s work on microglia chimerism in marmoset brains and Fenna’s work on generating a marmoset brain cell atlas outline new ways on how marmosets could be used to understand brain cell diversity and their relevance to neurodevelopmental processes that sculpt primate brains. Read the full article here.

Fenna Krienen presenting her poster

Fenna Krienen presenting her poster at SFN 2022. Photo credit: Ric del Rosario.