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Johns Hopkins University
Neurodegeneration and neuroengineering

I am originally from Glendale, CA. I attended Johns Hopkins University, where I studied Chemical and Biomolecular Engineering and Spanish for the Medical Profession. While at Hopkins, I worked in Dr. Ted Dawson's lab to study an early detection method for Parkinson's disease. Some of my hobbies include playing soccer, running, hiking, and surfing!

Please feel free to contact me with any questions at jdeyell@uci.edu.

Publications:
Gutierrez MG, Deyell JS, White K, Cherezov V, Stevens R, Malmstadt N. The Lipid Phase Preference of the Adenosine A2A Receptor Depends on its Ligand Binding State. Chemical Communications. 2019.

Sharma AN, Deyell JS, Sharma SN, Barseghian A. Role of and Recent Evidence for Antiplatelet Therapy in Prevention of Cardiovascular Disease in Diabetes. Current Cardiology Reports. 2019.

Presentations:
Deyell JS, Sharma AN, Vipparla N, Thevakumar B, Sharma SN, Amsterdam, EA. Take a Pause: Elderly Woman with Weakness and Dizziness. Poster presentation at Southern California Chapter of American College of Physicians Poster Competition (October 2019), Carlsbad, CA.

Gutierrez MG, Deyell JS, White K, Cherezov V, Stevens R, Malmstadt N. The Lipid Phase Preference of the Adenosine A2A Receptor Depends on its Ligand Binding State. Poster presentation at American Institute for Chemical Engineers Student Conference (October 2017), Minneapolis, MN.