Alumni

Christin Glorioso, Ph.D.

Graduated: August, 2010
Mentor: Dr. Etienne Sibille
Thesis: Between destiny and disease: genetics and molecular pathways of CNS aging
Current Position: Postdoctoral Fellow MIT, Cambridge, MA
Email: gloriosoca@gmail.com
Prior Degree: BS University of Michigan (2002)

Publications:

Glorioso, C., Sabatini, M., Unger, T., Hashimoto, T., Monteggia, L., Lewis, D. and Mirnics, K. Specificity and timing of neocortical transcriptome changes in response to BDNF gene ablation during embryogenesis or adulthood, Mol Psychiatry,Jul;11(7): 633-48, 2006.

E. Sibille, J. Su, S. Leman, A.M. Le Guisquet, Y. Ibarguen-Vargas, J. Joeyen-Waldorf, C. Glorioso, G.C. Tseng, M. Pezzone, R Hen, and C. Belzung. Lack of serotonin1B receptor expression leads to age-related motor dysfunction, early onset of brain molecular aging and reduced longevity. Mol Psychiatry. Nov;12(11): 1042-56, 975, 2007.