People

Argentina Lario Lago, PhD

Specialist

Argentina Lario Lago is the Biospecimen & Genetics Programs Manager at the Memory and Aging Center. 

Eva Larsen

Histology Lab Assistant

Eva is an undergraduate student at UC Berkeley (class of 2020), where she is currently majoring in molecular and cellular biology with a concentration in neuroscience. In high school, Eva worked as a lab assistant at the Bankiewicz Lab for Translational Neuroscience Research. Eva joined the Grinberg Lab in Summer 2017 as a work-study student and is going to be working as a lab assistant. She intends to pursue a career in the medical field.

Camellia Latta

Alumni Relations Manager

Camellia Latta is the Alumni Relations Manager at the Global Brain Health Institute (GBHI). She is based out of the University of California, San Francisco and co-leads alumni engagement efforts to build robust opportunities for learning, cross-cohort connections and collaboration for Atlantic Fellows for Equity in Brain Health. Camellia works to foster a dynamic global network of leaders from GBHI as part of the Atlantic Fellows family.

Michael Lauricella

Research Coordinator

Michael graduated from Harvard College in May 2017 with a BA degree, having majored in human developmental and regenerative biology and minored in English. During college, he worked at the Harvard Department of Stem Cell and Regenerative Biology (HSCRB) in the Eggan Lab under the supervision of Aaron Burberry. Using cell-based models, Michael’s research in college focused on finding the causal relationship between a mutation in the C9ORF72 gene, neuroinflammation and ALS-FTLD.

Michael Le

Clinical Research Coordinator

Michael is a clinical research coordinator for Dr. Christine Walsh's Sleep and Cognition in Older Adults study.

Cailin Lechner

Assistant Clinical Research Coordinator

Originally from San Diego, Cailin graduated from UCLA in June 2017 with a bachelor of science degree in human biology and society, a unique major through which she studied how human health functions in both biological systems and larger societal contexts. Drawing from her concentration in bioethics, Cailin is broadly interested in promoting justice among vulnerable health populations.

Shannon Lee

Assistant Clinical Research Coordinator

Shannon is a research coordinator in the Healthy Aging lab. She works with Dr. Joel Kramer, coordinating the Aging & Cognitive Decline project, a longitudinal study to identify the cognitive mechanisms and neural structures that underlie aging-related declines in executive functioning. She is also the study coordinator for Dr.

Wing Hung Lee

Lab Helper

Wenda joined the Grinberg lab in March 2015 to support the group's efforts in researching brain aging and associated disorders. Prior to moving to the United States in 2014, Wenda worked as an executive assistant in a private company in Hong Kong for 19 years, assisting in the overall management and operation of the company. In the Grinberg lab, Wenda supports and manages the administrative needs. She intends to continue working in the field of medical research, particularly in the specialty of brain disease.

Norbert Lee

Staff Research Associate

Norbert Lee joined Dr. Seeley's Selective Vulnerability Research Laboratory as a Staff Research Associate in 2010. He assists with brain banking and other histology technician functions.

Albert Lee

Programmer Analyst

Albert joined the Memory and Aging Center in 2007, initially serving as the center’s Data Manager. For four years he acted as the liaison between clinical research personnel and programmers on the technology team, helping identify and systematize improvements in data collection design and implementation across research projects. Since then he’s transitioned wholly to the technology team, serving as one of the main programmers for LAVA, the open-source clinical research data management solution used at the MAC and at sites around the world.

Suzee Lee, MD

Associate Professor

Dr. Lee received a BA degree in English from Harvard and an MD degree from McGill University in Montreal, Canada. She then completed an internal medicine internship at Brown University and neurology residency at Mount Sinai Hospital in New York City, serving as Chief Resident in her final year. Dr. Lee completed a behavioral neurology fellowship at the UCSF Memory and Aging Center. She is a neurologist who evaluates and treats patients at the Memory and Aging Center.

Hannah Lerner

Clinical Research Coordinator

Hannah Lerner is a clinical research coordinator in the Rankin Lab.

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