Matt Nitzahn BS

Matt is a PhD student in the Cell & Developmental Biology (CDB) home area of the Molecular Biology Interdepartmental Doctoral Program. His work focuses on designing and implementing novel gene- and cell-based therapies, including AAVs and CRISPR/Cas9, to treat urea cycle disorders, in particular CPS1 deficiency. During his free time, Matt enjoys reading fiction, cycling, and searching for the best pizza parlors in town.

Websites:

MBI home page: https://www.mbi.ucla.edu/
CDB home page: https://www.mbi.ucla.edu/cdb/

Graduate Student

Andrea Ochoa

Graduate Student

Lizzie Zhang

Staff Research Associate

Martin Wallner

Project Scientist

Taryn Diep

Undergraduate Researcher

Adam Eliav

Staff Research Associate

Natanya Gunn

Undergraduate Researcher

Colleen Le

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Emma Randolph

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Rachel Xu

Undergraduate Researcher

Puja Patel

Undergraduate Work Study Student

Shannon Asay

Undergraduate Researcher

Kiran Singh

Undergraduate Researcher

Rebecca Van Dyke

Undergraduate Researcher

Braydon Morandini

Undergraduate Researcher

Katie Kyan

Undergraduate Researcher