Teresa Easterbrook

Predoctoral Associate

My research concerns the process of cellular senescence in aging. I study senescence and senolytic drugs in a genetically diverse (diversity outbred) mouse population

Currently, I am conducting research in the Korstanje Lab studying aging, particularly senescence and senolytics, in Diversity Outbred Mice.

As a predoctoral student in the Graduate School of Biomedical Science and Engineering at UMaine, I have completed rotations in multiple labs. In the Talbot Lab at UMaine, I studied muscle development in zebrafish; in the Maginnis Lab, I briefly worked on virology and FPALM in cell culture.

As an undergraduate, I studied cranial nerve development and dysinnervation disorders (CCDDs) in zebrafish through the Engle laboratory in Boston.

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