Hsueh-Fu Wu

Department of Biochemistry & Molecular Biology, Franklin College of Arts & Sciences, Center for Molecular Medicine

University of Georgia

Hsueh-Fu Wu
Graduate Research Assistant

Hsueh-Fu was born in Taiwan. His research interest is in addressing neurological disorders and injuries via cutting-edge techniques and interdisciplinary approaches. During his Master’s training at Yang-Ming University, he was working on cerebellar pathogenesis of small GTPase Rab18 mutation in Warburg Micro Syndrome.

Hsueh-Fu is a member in the laboratory of Dr. Nadja Zeltner at UGA, and is working on generating sympathetic neurons from hPSCs. He is interested in studying how the autonomic nervous system is affected by stress using a disease called familial dysautonomia (FD) as a model.


Différenciation efficace des neurones sympathiques postganglioniques utilisant des cellules souches pluripotentes humaines dans des conditions de culture sans alimentation et définies chimiquement

1Center for Molecular Medicine, University of Georgia, 2Department of Biochemistry and Molecular Biology, Franklin College of Arts and Sciences, University of Georgia, 3Department of Cellular Biology, Franklin College of Arts and Sciences, University of Georgia

JoVE 60843

 Developmental Biology