Tim Cherry, PhD
2023 Innovator Award Recipient
The MicroMRNA, MIR9 as a Network Regulator in Hydrocephalus.
Dr. Tim Cherry is an assistant professor of pediatrics in the Division of Genetic Medicine at the University of Washington. His study entitled “The MicroMRNA MIR9 as a Network Regulator in Hydrocephalus”, is driven by state-of-the-art spatial and single-cell transcriptomic methodologies. This research aims to illuminate the pivotal role of MIR9 as a master regulator within the intricate network of hydrocephalus-risk factors.