Rich Gustin

Rich came from New England via Miami.  He was interested in the role of CaMKII during development and studied developmental disorders, such as Angelman Syndrome and stress. He was supported by an NRSA support from the NIMH and completed a thesis entitled "THE ROLE OF CA2+/CALMODULIN-DEPENDENT KINASE II IN NORMAL AND ABNORMAL EARLY POSTNATAL DEVELOPMENT" in 2010.  After a postdoc at the University of Washington he transitioned to a Medical Scientist Liaison position, currently at Orexo.