The Lancet  Neurology Autoimmune Disorder Conference


Lisa M Boulanger, Princeton University, USA

Lisa Boulanger is an assistant professor with a joint appointment in the Department of Molecular Biology and the Princeton Neuroscience Institute at Princeton University. Dr Boulanger received her BA from Boston University and performed graduate studies at Wesleyan University, Columbia University, and the University of California, San Diego, from which she earned her PhD (with Mu-ming Poo) in 1999. 

She was a postdoctoral fellow with Carla Shatz at the University of California Berkeley and Harvard Medical School, where she was also a junior fellow in the Harvard Society of Fellows. She then returned to the University of California, San Diego, as the Silvio Varon Professor of Neuroregeneration, and in 2009, moved to Princeton.

Boulanger is the recipient of honours, including an Alfred P Sloan Foundation Fellowship, a Whitehall Foundation Research Award, a Cure Autism Now Pilot Award, the James Howard McGregor Prize, an Autism Speaks Research Fellowship, a Ray Thomas Edwards Foundation Fellowship, a Blasker Science and Technology Grant, a Term Gift from the Rampell Foundation, a PNI Innovation Award, and a Fellowship from the New Jersey Commission on Traumatic Brain Injury.  Research in the Boulanger Lab is focused on understanding how MHCI immune molecules contribute to the formation, function, modification, and disruption of neuronal circuitry.

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