In a manuscript published in the journal Cell Reports, MSTP
Student, Jonathan Lin, and his thesis mentor, Dr. Rajendra S. Apte, have
identified a pathway (NAD) involved in the damage of rods and cones in the
retina. The pathway could be a potential
target for therapies for multiple retinal diseases.
Jonathan joined the MSTP in 2012, after receiving a B.S. in Neuroscience &
Behavioral Biology and a B.S. in Music from Emory University. He is pursuing a Ph.D. in
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Read the manuscript.