• Baouyen Tran, PhD
  • Gaby Baylon, PhD

UCSF Chancellor's Postdoctoral Fellows

Learn about the careers and interests of our current fellows.

Baouyen Tran, PhD
Neurology
Baouyen Tran, PhD is a postdoc in the Pleasure Lab at UCSF Mission Bay. Her main interest is to understand the basis of autoimmune diseases in order to determine strategies for repair. She's currently working on uncovering the basic mechanisms of some of these autoimmune encephalitis targets in order to explore if and how it rewires circuitry and subcellular localization. Alongside other team members, she is also working on developing and using tools to discover novel autoimmune targets.
Gaby Baylon, PhD
Orthopaedic Surgery
Gaby Baylon, PhD is a postdoc in the Alliston Lab at UCSF. Her research focuses on exploring the mechanisms by which physical (i.e. material properties) and biological (i.e. TGF-b signaling) cues in the osteocyte microenvironment interact to regulate perilacunar/canalicular remodeling in bone and how these mechanisms are disrupted in aging. Dr. Baylon received her PhD in Mechanical Engineering from Stanford University, where she studied the role of osmotic swelling in articular cartilage and meniscal fibrocartilage tissue mechanics and structure.

Past Fellows

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Anum Glasgow, PhD
Bioengineering
Anum Glasgow, PhD is a postdoc in the Kortemme Lab at UCSF Mission Bay. Dr. Glasgow is excited about developing computational protein design methods for building new functions in biological systems. She's currently working on projects related to engineering ligand binding sites and allosteric behavior in proteins. Dr. Glasgow did her Ph.D. at UC Berkeley, where she rewired a bacterial secretion system to export large amounts of engineered proteins for applications in materials and energy.
Lauren Whitehurst, PhD
Cognitive Neuroscience
Lauren Whitehurst, PhD focuses her research on exploring processes during sleep that are important for health and cognitive function. Her research examines how autonomic and central nervous system factors interact to produce regulatory effects on sleep-dependent health and cognitive outcomes. By harnessing physiological biomarkers during sleep, her work aims to develop a greater understanding of both typical functioning and maladaptive health states.
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