43 Vassar Street, Office: 46-3137
Cambridge, Massachusetts 02139
Ph.D., Cell Biology, Stem Cells, and Development, University of Colorado Denver
B.S., Biotechnology, Pennsylvania State University
Jonathan is a cellular and molecular neuroscientist, whose broad scientific goal is to understand how chromatin modifiers contribute to normal and disease-associated brain functions through modulation of genomic architecture, activity-dependent transcriptional regulation, and chromatin-independent activity. He is specifically interested in using the knowledge gained from his work as a basis for understanding coordinate regulation of cellular functions in the brain and developing effective therapeutics for neurodevelopmental disorders. Jonathan’s non-scientific interests include music (particularly sound design and modular synthesis), outdoor activities, travel, and all things food-related.