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Elijah Sterling

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Elijah is a Regenerative Bioscience PhD student. He graduated from Emory University College of Arts & Sciences with a Bachelor of Science in Neuroscience & Behavioral Biology and double majored in Anthropology & Human Biology. While he was a student at Emory University he first participated in research at The Fleischer Lab working on research topics in the neuroimaging field. Currently, he is working on developing novel drug delivery shuttles utilizing extracellular vesicles as well as understanding the context of fibro-adipogenic progenitor (FAP) cells in muscle regeneration.

Outside of the lab, Elijah enjoys working out and listening to music. His favorite songs to listen to while working out include Hardstyle EDM, punk rock, and country.

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