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Alexander Kreymerman, Ph.D.

Alexander holds an MS in molecular biology, a PhD in neuroscience, and has received scientific training within the fields of neuroscience, cardiovascular biology, genetics, and aging at University of Miami, University of California San Diego, and Stanford University. His major research projects and professional interests are focused on mitochondrial genetics and its influence on human disease and aging. As a postdoctoral fellow in the Lee Lab, he is developing projects concentrated on identifying the causative role of mitochondrial DNA mutations in the development of heart disease, and therapeutic interventions that could restore mitochondrial function in disease. In his spare time, Alex enjoys the outdoors and spending quality time with his wife and two sons.

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