People

John W. Day
Principal Investigator

Sheela Crasta, PhD
Lab Manager

Sheela Crasta joined Dr. John Day’s lab in 2014.  Sheela began her research career at Georgia State University, obtaining a Ph.D. in Molecular and Cellular Biology studying the regulation of cardiac gap junctions.  After which she continued to pursue her interest in ion channel regulation by obtaining her post-doctoral training at Stanford University School of Medicine. 

Her research focused on hormonal and signal transduction pathways that control epithelial ion transport in the kidneys.  She is currently helping to establish a research laboratory at Stanford focusing on molecular and cellular aspects of Myotonic dystrophy.

Contact Us

Katharine A. Hagerman, PhD
Research Associate
khagerma@stanford.edu
MSLS Building, Room P220
(650) 723-9574

Angelica Martinez
Neuromuscular Research Administrator
(650) 725-4341