Tim Richardson, DO​


Dr. Crary is an experimental neurobiologist and board-certified neuropathologist. Dr. Crary has made substantial contributions to the way human brain diseases are diagnosed through an international network of neuropathologists, defining numerous neuropathological diagnostic categories. He spearheaded an international effort to establish consensus criteria for primary age-related tauopathy (PART). He has also contributed to efforts to define consensus criteria for aging-related tau astrogliopathy, chronic traumatic encephalopathy, and progressive supranuclear palsy. He is pioneering computer vision approaches (e.g., deep machine learning) to modernize histopathological evaluation of brain tissues. Further, he leads independent basic studies probing fundamental mechanisms of neurodegeneration, mechanistically characterizing these changes with animal and cellular models, with a goal of bringing these insights back to clinical practice. Notably, he has led and contributed to numerous genetic and cellular studies examining toxicity and regulation of expression of tau using novel animal and iPSC-derived models.

Sean Thomas Delica​

Masters Student

Diana Dangoor

Research Coordinator

Lyucheng Zou

​Masters Student

Gabe Marx​

​Medical Student

Russell Hanson​

Assistant Professor

Laboratory Staff

Justin Kauffman​

​Masters Student

Delilah Mora

​Research Staff

Neuropathology Brain Bank & Research CoRE

Adam Goldstein, MD

​Postdoctoral Fellow

Marcos Schaan-Profes, PhD

​Postdoctoral Fellow

Bergan Babrowicz

​Masters Student

Alessandra Cervera

​Clinical Coordinator

Valeriy Borukhov, AS Histotechnologist

Ahmed Ayad, MD Pathology Resident


Emma Woodoff-Leith, MA

​Research Coordinator 

Thomas Christie

​Research Staff

Claudia De Sanctis, PhD

​Brain Bank Manager

Margaret Krassner​

Lab Manager & Associate Researcher

Soong Ho Kim​, PhD

Senior Scientist

Brandon Veremis

Assistant Professor

Jamie Walker, MD​


Ricky Ditzel

​Research Staff

Kristen Whitney​, PhD

Postdoctoral Fellow


Daniel Koenigsberg​Medical Student

Dr. John F. Crary, MD-PhD

Principle Investigator