Paul Moiseyev is a third year undergraduate at Washington University in St. Louis pursuing majors in philosophy-neuroscience-psychology and biology along with a minor in biomedical physics. Interests in biochemistry and neurodegenerative disorders led Moiseyev to join the Bateman lab in the summer of 2016. He is studying how the processing of Microtubule Associated Protein Tau changes in Alzheimer Disease. After graduation, Moiseyev plans to spend a year working as medical scribe along with being a volunteer tutor. Afterwards, he hopes to pursue an MD. Outside of lab, Moiseyev enjoys teaching, urban exploration, and taking hiking/biking trips through the gorgeous Missouri countryside.
Project Title: Establishing a Comprehensive, Qualitative Profile of Tau in the Human Brain, CSF, and Cell Culture Models