Julia Gray

Research Lab Supervisor

Julia Gray is a research lab supervisor in the Fagan lab and manages projects for external collaborations and the DIAN Observational study. She has a BS in Biology from the University of Missouri-St. Louis and a BS in Psychological & Brain Sciences from Washington University. She is currently in the process of pursuing a Master of Science in Biostatistics and Data Science at Washington University.

Gray has a broad variety of research experiences and interests and started off her career focusing on the evolution of avian malaria in the lab of Dr. Robert Ricklefs. While she enjoyed avian field work, her interest in psychology, neurology, and genetics drew her to the WUSTL Memory Lab of Dr. Henry Roediger, then to the McDonnell Genome Institute, and in 2016, to the Department of Neurology Biomarker Core Lab under Dr. Fagan.

When not working or in school, Gray enjoys hanging out with her partner and their two dogs, hiking, mycology, reading, gardening and playing games.