Sejal Davla, PhD Headshot

Sejal Davla, PhD

Sejal Davla obtained a PhD in neuroscience from McGill University, where she studied glia development and function in sleep and circadian rhythms. During this time, she worked with numerous science communication and policy organizations to advocate for open science practices. She joined The Scientist’s Creative Services Team as an assistant science editor in May 2021.

Articles by Sejal Davla, PhD
in love with the shape of you
In Love with the Shape of You: Physical Scaffolding Defines Organoid Patterning
Sejal Davla, PhD | Aug 8, 2022
Controlling a growing tissue’s shape achieves deterministic and uniform patterning in intestinal organoids.
The Mosaic Brain
Sejal Davla, PhD | Jun 1, 2022
How somatic mutations cause brain diseases
Linking Biological Clocks and Cancer Therapeutics to Minimize Toxicity
It’s All in the Timing: Optimizing Chemotherapy Administration
Sejal Davla, PhD | Mar 1, 2022
How the biological clock influences chemotherapy success
John Glass describes why researchers constructed a synthetic unicellular organism and how it unravels the secrets of evolution.
The Scientist Speaks - DIY Cells: Understanding Life with a Synthetic Minimal Cell
Sejal Davla, PhD | Feb 25, 2022
John Glass describes why researchers constructed a synthetic unicellular organism and how it unravels the secrets of evolution.
Evangelos Kiskinis describes how the patient-derived iPSCs model of epilepsy help predict drug resistance.
The Scientist Speaks - Modeling Epilepsy in a Dish Using Patient-Derived iPSCs
Sejal Davla, PhD | Jan 28, 2022
Evangelos Kiskinis describes how the patient-derived iPSCs model of epilepsy help predict drug resistance.
800-x-560-sept-tss
The Scientist Speaks - Homing in on New Anticancer Targets 
Sejal Davla, PhD | Sep 28, 2021
Jason Sheltzer discusses cancer mechanisms leading to drug resistance and new approaches to find drug targets.
38480-ts-transplantation-immunity-cta-banner-jp800x560
What's Mine is Yours: The Immunogenetics of Mating in Anglerfish
Sejal Davla, PhD | Aug 4, 2021
A suppressed immune system in anglerfish uncovers potential strategies for tissue transplantation.