Pablo Oyler-Castrillo

Graduate Student
Lewis-Sigler Institute for Integrative Genomics

I graduated from the University of Chicago in 2017 with a BA in Cell and Molecular Biology. As an undergraduate, I studied how disrupting the gut microbiome impacts microglia inflammation and accumulation of amyloid-ß peptides in murine models of Alzheimer's disease. After graduating, I spent three years as a research technician in Paola Arlotta’s lab in Harvard University, where I isolated rare neuronal subpopulations of the developing mouse brain for the BRAIN Initiative’s Mouse Brain Cell Atlas. At Princeton, I’m interested in applying novel lineage tracing technologies to investigate early development. Outside of work, I enjoy exploring new restaurants, reading, and jogging.

Start Date
2020 First Year
QCB Graduate Program
LSI Research Lab