Celica Glenn Cosme

Research Associate
Fields of Interest: 

Celica joined the Seeley Lab in September 2016 as a research associate to assist with the Neurodegenerative Disease Brain Bank and other technical work for various projects. She received her BA degree in molecular and cell biology with a neurobiology emphasis from University of California, Berkeley in August 2016.

Before joining the team, she volunteered at the Lawrence-Berkeley National Lab as a research affiliate with a group that focused on Huntington’s disease and other disorders caused by triple nucleotide repeats. There, she investigated the behavioral effects of a mitochondrial targeting synthetic radical scavenger in the Huntington’s disease mouse model.