- Lab Members
- EducationPhD, Albert Einstein College of Medicine, 2010; MD, Albert Einstein College of Medicine, 2010Dr. Muhle obtained her medical and graduate degrees from the Albert Einstein College of Medicine, and completed her residency and fellowship in psychiatry in the Albert J. Solnit Integrated Adult and Child & Adolescent Psychiatry Research Training Program at Yale University. She has a focus in caring for people with neurodevelopmental conditions such as autism spectrum disorder, and has a special interest in molecular genetic diagnoses associated with neurodevelopmental disorders. Her current research projects use animal and cellular models to uncover the biological changes that occur when genes associated with autism spectrum disorder are genetically disrupted. She currently sees patients and conducts her research at the Yale Child Study Center.
Graduate StudentEducationBS, Haverford College, 2011Richard is a third year Ph.D. student and Gruber Fellow in the Noonan lab. He graduated from Haverford College in 2011 with a B.S. in biology. There he worked under Dr. Philip Meneely studying the molecular machinery involved in meiosis. His current project focuses on elucidating the roles of chromatin topology on the regulation of gene activation and expression. When not in lab, Richard is an avid hiker and concert goer.