Senior Research Associate
Marc's primary role at the Institute is to prepare tissue for large-scale electron microscopy (EM) studies of local cortical circuits. EM tissue preparation and visualization are technically demanding - especially at scale - but the knowledge that the data will be publicly available, as well as helping to define the standard of fine-scale connections in the mouse cortex for Marc, is very rewarding.
Prior to coming to the Allen Institute, Marc managed a light microscopy facility at the University of Washington Department of Bioengineering. Marc earned a Ph.D. in Bioengineering from the University of Washington, and a B.S. from Johns Hopkins University.
October 2, 2020
Yin W, Brittain D, Borseth J, Scott ME, Williams D, Perkins J, Own CS, Murfitt M, Torres RM, Kapner D, Mahalingam G, Bleckert A, Castelli D, Reid D, Lee WA, Graham BJ, Takeno M, Bumbarger DJ, Farrell C, Reid RC, da Costa NM
September 28, 2018
Shahbazi A, Kinnison J, Vescovi R, Du M, Hill R, Joesch M, Takeno M, Zeng H, da Costa NM, Grutzendler J, Kasthuri N, Scheirer WJ
July 12, 2018
Daigle TL, Madisen L, Hage TA, Valley MT, Knoblich U, Larsen RS, Takeno MM, Huang L, Gu H, Larsen R, Mills M, Bosma-Moody A, Siverts LA, Walker M, Graybuck LT, Yao Z, Fong O, Nguyen TN, Garren E, Lenz GH, Chavarha M, Pendergraft J, Harrington J, Hirokawa KE, Harris JA, Nicovich PR, McGraw MJ, Ollerenshaw DR, Smith KA, Baker CA, Ting JT, Sunkin SM, Lecoq J, Lin MZ2, Boyden ES, Murphy GJ, da Costa NM, Waters J, Li L, Tasic B, Zeng H