Samantha Hodges, Ph.D.

Research Investigator
Isom Lab


Samantha completed her PhD at Baylor University where she examined cellular mechanisms that underlie the epilepsy and autism comorbidity. As a member of the Isom Lab, she is investigating the mechanisms that regulate sodium channel β1 subunit signaling and transcriptional modulation in developmental and epileptic encephalopathies.  Supported by: Michigan Postdoctoral Pioneer Program Fellowship


Ph.D. Biomedical Studies 2020, Baylor University
M.S. Biomedical Studies 2017, Baylor University
B.S. Psychology 2015, Texas Christian University

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