Lorenzo del Castillo

Lorenzo Del Castillo was a member of the 2014 CIRM Bridges to Stem Cell Research program as a Cell and Molecular Biology major at CSUN.   He defined a mESC directed differentiation protocol that permits the BMPsto be used to generate in vitro derived spinal senosory interneurons.  His scientific interests include developmental biology, genetics, and cell biology. Outside of the lab, Lorenzo enjoys going to see live music, hanging out at the beach, traveling, and playing his ukulele.

Lorenzo is currently a graduate student in the UCSF TETRAD program.