Professor, Director of the Burnham Institute’s Developmental and Regenerative Cell Biology (Stem Cells) Program, Coordinator of the Southern California Stem Cell Consortium, Faculty Member in the Department of Pediatrics, and Director of the University of California, San Diego’s Basic Research Program in Neonatology. His areas of interest in study include transplantation, neurology, animal models of disease states, and stem cell biology (including human stem cells).
Snyder is a specialist in pediatrics, neonatology, and neurology with a focus on children after completing postgraduate clinical training at Harvard Medical School and Boston Children’s Hospital. He continues to practice in each of these fields. The University of Pennsylvania awarded him a Ph.D. in neuroscience, and Harvard Medical School’s Department of Genetics was where he finished his postdoctoral work.