De Nooij Lab

Location and Contact Information

William Black Building
650 West 168th Street
Office: Room 3-305; Lab: Room 3-321
New York, NY 10032
United States

Principal Investigator

The De Nooij lab studies proprioception, the sensory system that informs the central nervous system about the position of the body and limbs in space and provides feedback control during movement. We seek to advance our understanding of proprioceptor development and function through the use of in vivo mouse models and in vitro ESC/iPSC–derived sensory neurons in normal, as well as under neuropathological conditions.

If you are interested in our studies and in working in our lab, please inquire with Dr. Joriene de Nooij.

Lab Members

  • Eti Malka, PhD

    • Associate Research Scientist
    Eti Malka, PhD
  • Alex Ramsden

    • Research Technician
    Alex Ramsden
  • Jennifer Odum

    • Undergraduate Researcher
    Jennifer Odum
  • Peter Kim

    • High School Researcher
    Peter Kim