Tristan Michael Williams, Ph.D.
Tristan Michael Williams is a Ph.D. graduate from the University of Florida who studied the genetic factors associated with Alzheimer’s disease and its related dementias. He enjoys writing, spending time with his friends, and playing Dungeons and Dragons.
- Ph.D. in Neuroscience from the University of Florida
- B.S. in Biological Sciences from Southwestern Oklahoma State University
- Researcher focused on the genetics and pathologies in Alzheimer’s disease and related dementias
- Tutor for biology and mathematics
- Performing systematic reviews on literature and writing science for a variety of audiences
- Qualitative and quantitative data analysis
- Expert knowledge in dementias and broad interest in a variety of neuroscience topics
- Hands-on experience in pre-clinical translational neuroscience laboratory
- Williams, T., Borchelt, D. R., & Chakrabarty, P. (2020). Therapeutic approaches targeting Apolipoprotein E function in Alzheimer's disease. Molecular neurodegeneration, 15(1), 8.
- Williams, T., Ruiz, A. J., Ruiz, A. M., Vo, Q., Tsering, W., Xu, G., McFarland, K., Giasson, B. I., Sullivan, P., Borchelt, D. R., & Chakrabarty, P. (2022). Impact of APOE genotype on prion-type propagation of tauopathy. Acta neuropathologica communications, 10(1), 57.
- Williams, T., Sorrentino, Z., Weinrich, M., Giasson, B. I., & Chakrabarty, P. (2020). Differential cross-seeding properties of tau and α-synuclein in mouse models of tauopathy and synucleinopathy. Brain communications, 2(2), fcaa090.