Han Lab News

New insight from the Han Lab into the mechanism of tau protein aggregation could lead to better in vitro models for neurodegenerative disease research.

Professor Songi Han has been elected to become a Fellow of the International Society of the Magnetic Resonance.

Prof. Songi Han and her group will participate in projects enhancing the sensitivity of magnetic resonance spectroscopy, in what has been coined The California Magnetic Resonance eXploration Initiative. 

We are content to announce that Tim has finished his PhD study.

We are overjoyed to announce that Alisa Leavesley has finished her PhD study on instrument development in dynamic nuclear polarization.

We are pleased to announce that Kendrick (Khanh) Nguyen, Miranda (Yuanxin) Li, Kate (Zhikai) Zeng, Kan Tagami, and Michael Vigers have all passed their candidacy exams.

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