Maham Haq, MSc, MA - PhD Student



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BSc., University of Sydney

MSc., Oxford University

MA, University of Chicago


Maham Haq is a graduate student in the Neuroscience program, examining the behavioral changes and neuropathological alterations in the Purkinje cells and interneurons of the cerebellum, as well as additional brain regions, in mouse models of autism. She is also interested in analyzing the impact of Granulocyte-Macrophage Colony-Stimulating Factor (GM-CSF) and other pharmaceuticals on these changes. She has completed her BSc in Molecular Biology and Genetics, her MSc in Pharmacology, and her MA in Religious Studies. She also completed one year of research as part of an unfinished PhD at the Institute of Neurology at University College London. 

Maham prides herself on being well-rounded and has invested a significant amount of time into exploring both her musical abilities and her love for soccer. Away from the lab, you may find her hiking the Andes mountains, scuba diving in the Gulf of Mexico, skiing in the Rockies, training for another triathlon or most importantly spending time with her son Hamza and husband Samir.


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