Aislinn Williams, M.D., Ph.D.

Assistant Professor
Department
Psychiatry
Biography

The Williams Lab is interested in understanding the molecular and cellular mechanisms by which genetic risk factors contribute to psychiatric disease from a developmental perspective. Their current projects focus on voltage-gated calcium channel genes, which have been linked to the risk of developing bipolar disorder, schizophrenia, depression, and autism. They use induced pluripotent stem cells and transgenic mouse models to study how calcium channel gene SNPs alter neuronal development, neural circuit function, and affective behavior.

Aislinn Williams
Office
Address

2326 PBDB
United States


Lab
Address

2310 F-1 PBDB
United States