Dr. Kane joined the Prion Research Center as a Zabel laboratory graduate student in 2013. During her graduate work at CSU, Dr. Kane was awarded an NIH F31 fellowship to study the interplay between prions and the innate immune system, namely Complement. After obtaining her PhD in 2017, Dr. Kane joined the Telling laboratory as a postdoctoral fellow. Her current research projects include defining the role of glycosylation in prion formation, as well as investigating tissue tropism differences among prion strains.
EducationPhD, Colorado State University, 2017MS, Texas State University, 2012BS, Texas State University, 2010
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