Megan Hayes

Undergraduate Research Assistant

Megan Hayes is currently studying Neuroscience and Cognitive science as well as Molecular and Cellular Biology at the University of Arizona. She has been working in the Doyle lab since the summer of 2015, assisting in characterizing an aged-mouse model of post-stroke dementia. After earning her Bachelor’s degree, Megan plans to pursue a PhD in neuroscience and a career in research. In her free time, Megan enjoys rock climbing around Tucson. 

Recent Publications

2018

Zbesko, J. C., T-V. V. Nguyen, T. Yang, J. Beischel Frye, O. Hussain, M. Hayes, A. Chung, A. W Day, K. Stepanovic, M. Krumberger, et al., "Glial scars are permeable to the neurotoxic environment of chronic stroke infarcts.", Neurobiol Dis, vol. 112, pp. 63-78, 2018 Jan 10. PMID: 29331263