Dr. Abigail Koppes,
Principal Investigator

Dr. Adam Bindas' Paper is Published

Previous graduate student, Dr. Adam Bindas, successfully published his article “Aggregation of alpha-synuclein in enteric neurons does not impact function in vitro” in Scientific Reports. Co-authored by current graduate student, Kyla Nichols, the article investigates the behavior of enteric neurons in response to the Parkinson’s disease marker, preformed fibrils. The article then delves deeper into how this behavior can be influenced by molecules found in the gut microbiome.

Dr. Koppes Invited to Give Keynote at 7th TERMIS World Congress

Dr. Koppes Invited to Give Keynote at 7th TERMIS World Congress

The Principal Investigator of ABNEL, Dr. Abigail Koppes, will be presenting a keynote during this year's TERMIS World Congress. TERMIS is the "Tissue Engineering and Regenerative Medicine International Society". As the name suggests, researchers from around the globe...

Undergraduate Researchers Win Big with PEAK Awards

Undergraduate Researchers Win Big with PEAK Awards

The ABNEL lab could not be prouder of our outstanding group of undergraduate researchers! We have three PEAK award winners: Christina Aniolek (top left) won the Base Camp award, Iris Chang (bottom left) won the Ascent award, and Stephen Landry (right) also won the...