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Michael R. Tadross, MD/PhD
Janelia Fellow / 2012–Present

Scientific Discipline

Neuroscience, Pharmacology

Host Institution

Janelia Research Campus

Current Position

Dr. Tadross is a fellow at the Janelia Research Campus.

Current Research

Pharmaco-Genetic Tools to Manipulate Neural Signaling

Michael Tadross is developing pharmaco-genetic tools to manipulate neural signaling with ever-increasing specificity.

Biography

Michael Tadross is a fellow at Janelia. He received his BS degree in electrical engineering at Rutgers University and his MD/PhD degree in biomedical engineering at the Johns Hopkins School of Medicine. He went on to do a postdoc with Richard…

Michael Tadross is a fellow at Janelia. He received his BS degree in electrical engineering at Rutgers University and his MD/PhD degree in biomedical engineering at the Johns Hopkins School of Medicine. He went on to do a postdoc with Richard Tsien at Stanford University School of Medicine where he worked on developing strategies to manipulate local Ca2+ signaling.

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Education

  • BS, electrical engineering, Rutgers University
  • MD/PhD, biomedical engineering, Johns Hopkins University School of Medicine