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Troy Rohn, Brad Morrison and Eric Hayden

Biology department faculty Troy Rohn, Brad Morrison and Eric Hayden co-authored a recently published research article with undergraduate students Tanner Pollock, Noail Isho and Alexandra Oxford, as well as alumni Ryan Day and Jacob Mack. The article highlights the team’s research pertaining to a major genetic risk factor in Alzheimer’s Disease, and is titled “A Fragment of Apolipoprotein E4 Leads to the Downregulation of a CXorf56 Homologue, a Novel ER-Associated Protein, and Activation of BV2 Microglial Cells.”

The article, published in Oxidative Medicine and Cellular Longevity can be read in its entirety here: