CST BLOG: Lab Expectations

The official blog of Cell Signaling Technology (CST), where we discuss what to expect from your time at the bench, share tips, tricks, and information.

Richard Cho, PhD

Richard Cho, PhD

Richard Cho is the Associate Director of Neuroscience at Cell Signaling Technolgy. He is a synaptic neurobiologist having trained at Johns Hopkins Medical Institute and MIT. At CST, he is helping develop and manage the neuroscience portfolio with a specific interest in developing antibody-based tools to investigate neurodegeneration and neuroinflammation. Be sure to seek him out at the next SfN or AD/PD meeting!

Recent Posts:

SfN 2022: Ups and Downs in Neurodegenerative Research—New Tools, Models, and Technologies

In November, nearly 25,000 neuroscientists from all over the world gathered once again for the Socie...
Richard Cho, PhD Jan 6, 2023

Multiplexing the Brain: A Galaxy of Possibilities

The average human brain contains over 100 billion cells, which is nearly the same number as there ar...
Richard Cho, PhD Dec 15, 2021

If I Could Only See What’s Going on Inside Your Brain...

For generations of neuroscientists, using immunohistochemistry to study the brain in its anatomical ...
Richard Cho, PhD Jun 5, 2019

ApoE4 and the Insulin Receptor — It's a Trap!

You might be surprised to learn that diabetes, a metabolic disease, may be linked to the neurodegene...
Richard Cho, PhD Aug 1, 2018

SfN 2017 Recap: Lonely Neuron No More

In November 2017, over 30,000 neuroscientists gathered in Washington D.C. to talk all things brain a...
Richard Cho, PhD Dec 13, 2017

Journal Club: TREM2 Opens a Rabbit Hole of Questions for Alzheimer’s Researchers

It's almost time for the 2017 Society for Neuroscience meeting. To get your neurons excited for the ...
Richard Cho, PhD Nov 8, 2017

A CST Scientist's Take on the 2016 SfN Meeting

This year’s Society for Neuroscience (SfN) was held in beautiful San Diego, CA. More than 30,000 neu...
Richard Cho, PhD Dec 7, 2016

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