Miguel Medina-Serpas, BS
Graduate Research Assistant

Miguel Medina-Serpas

Miguel earned his Bachelor of Science from the University of Central Florida with a major in Biomedical Sciences. Prior to joining the lab, he worked in the laboratory of Laszlo Nagy investigating the cellular and molecular interactions that regulate skeletal muscle regeneration post-injury and during disease (e.g., Duchenne’s Muscular Dystrophy), focusing on the contributions of myeloid cells to this process. Miguel joined the Brusko lab in 2021 and is interested in investigating the activity and interactions of follicular helper T cells in situ to better understand how they contribute to the pathogenesis of T1D.