Dr. Mariah L. Hoye is a Health Program Specialist within the Office of Research Quality at NINDS. Dr. Hoye received her Bachelor's Degree in Biochemistry from Iowa State University and her PhD in Biomedical Sciences from Washington University in Saint Louis. During her graduate training, she studied the dysregulation of motor neuron-enriched microRNAs in the context of Amyotrophic Lateral Sclerosis. Prior to joining NINDS, Dr. Hoye was a postdoctoral scholar at Duke University studying the molecular and cellular underpinnings of a genetic form of Intellectual Disability, DDX3X Syndrome. Her research interests broadly included understanding how impaired RNA metabolism contributes to neurological disease and dysfunction. Dr. Hoye joined the Office of Research Quality to help promote and enhance research rigor and transparent reporting in science, which are fundamental to good science and accelerating therapeutic development for neurological disorders.
Health Program Specialist
Office of Research Quality