Casey Keuthan

Academic TitleCasey Keuthan

Graduate student

Contact

(352) 273-8488
ckeuthan@ufl.edu

Lab

RG-232

About

Casey Keuthan graduated from Florida Institute of Technology in Melbourne, FL with a degree in Biological Sciences. During her time there, she worked as an undergraduate researcher studying molecular mechanisms guiding fertilization and oocyte maturation using an echinoderm model system. Casey is now a graduate student in the genetics concentration of UF’s Interdisciplinary Program in Biomedical Sciences within the College of Medicine. Her current research involves the identification of neuroprotective variants of PGC-1α, a key regulator of mitochondrial biogenesis and function, as a therapeutic target for inherited and age-related retinal degenerations.