Neville Sanjana, PhD



Using Genome Engineering to Model Angelman Syndrome: Creation of human cell models of autism


Feng Zhang, Ph.D., Guoping Feng, Ph.D.

Biographical information

Neville Sanjana received an AB in English Literature and a BS in Symbolic Systems from Stanford University, where he worked with Joshua Tenenbaum on Bayesian models of human cognition. He completed his Ph.D. in the laboratory of Sebastian Seung, where his research included protein micropatterning technologies, plasticity of central synapses with neuromodulators, long-term time-lapse imaging of developing cortical neurons, and the interaction between neural activity and RNA editing.