The team, April 2024

Jui-Heng "Henry" Tseng, Ph.D.

Principal Investigator

Assistant Professor

School of Life Science

ASU-Banner Neurodegenerative Disease Research Center

Arizona State University

Postdoc, University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill

Ph.D., University of South Carolina, Columbia

B.S., National Tsing Hua University, Hsinchu, Taiwan


Beisha Hernandez, B.S.

Research Technician

B.S., Arizona State University


Kevan Ata Abadi

Undergraduate researcher, Barrett Honors College

B.S., Arizona State University, Class of 2026

Amy Moore-Bonbright

Undergraduate researcher, Biological Sciences

B.S., Arizona State University, Class of 2025

Sydney Moates

Undergraduate researcher, Biomedical Sciences

B.S., Arizona State University, Class of 2025



Jackson Nieto, Undergraduate Research Assistant (2024-2024). Current: CNA at University of Nebraska Medical Center

We are recruiting with significant growth opportunities!


We invite applications for an Edson Foundation Postdoctoral Research Scholar. Postdoctoral scientists with strong training in cellular and molecular biology applied to the biology of aging are highly encouraged to apply. Please email Henry with the subject line "Edson Postdoctoral Fellowship in the Tseng Lab" and include a 1-page cover letter (describing your research interests, and career goals), CV, and contact information of three references.

Graduate students

Current ASU students- Please email Henry to discuss research interests and rotation opportunities.

Future students- Please apply to the Neuroscience Graduate program (MS or PhD) in the School of Life Science at ASU and email Henry directly to ensure that your application gets my appropriate attention.

Undergraduate research positions

We are recruiting undergraduate students to work on research projects about brain aging and neurodegeneration. Motivated undergraduate students at ASU are highly encouraged to reach out directly to Henry with a CV for current openings in the lab. 

Please note: We currently do not accept undergraduate students planning to graduate in 2024, unless the student has the intention to stay in the lab after graduation.