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Kyle Wagner

Kyle Wagner

Email: [email protected]

Kyle Wagner is the lab manager and is the research support specialist for the “wet bench”/animal experiments in the Auerbach Lab. He received his B.S. Ch from Purdue University in biochemistry in 2012.  While at Purdue, he spent several years in a protein crystallography lab studying alternative substrate binding sites in bacterial phenylalanine hydroxylase.  After graduation, he began cancer research under the mentorship of a radiation oncologist at the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill.

Following the move to Upstate New York in the summer of 2019, Kyle joined the Auerbach lab to help get the “bench science” side of the lab up and running.  Due to the years working in a lab that worked directly with patients, he has developed a passion for doing bench work with a more direct patient application.  The Auerbach lab takes data from case studies, as well as our own clinical studies, and returns to the bench to help explain, or possibly even help with the problems we find.

Outside of the lab Kyle enjoys gardening, being outside, and is a Taekwondo instructor with over 22 years of experience.

Lab Publications

Ryan JM, Wagner KT, Erba G, Auerbach DS, et al.Heart rate and autonomic biomarkers distinguish convulsive epileptic vs. functional or dissociative seizures. Seizure: European Journal of Epilepsy, 2023, ISSN 1059-1311, https://doi.org/10.1016/j.seizure.2023.08.015.
Bosinski C, Wagner KT, Zhou X, Liu L, Auerbach DS. Multi-system Monitoring for Identification of Seizures, Arrhythmias and Apnea in Conscious Restrained Rabbits. J Vis Exp2021 Mar 27;(169)doi: 10.3791/62256. PubMed PMID: 33843929.

PAME & AES, December 2022

Kyle in his element
Kyle in his element