Posters and exhibits

  • Session I: 9:30 a.m. - 11 a.m.
      (NSC-1) John Beasley
      Exploring Parameters for a Single-Dose Conditioned Place Preference Protocol to EtOH in C57 Mice
      (NSC-2) Lake Rabenold
      Prion-like activity of the snRNP protein U1-70k
      (NSC-3) Cade Lusk
      Alcoholism and the Beta Endorphin: The Effects of Stress on EtOH Self Administration
      (NSC-4) Annie Hand
      Investigation of EtOH reward in mice
  • Session II: 11 a.m. - 12:30 p.m.
      (NSC-5) Matt Whitmire
      Sensation and Event-Based Semantic Processing Through N400 Wave ERP Analysis
      (NSC-6) Lindy Reynolds and Julia Villemuer
      Regulation of Neuronal Nicotinic B3 and GABA^B1 Subunits, and Galanin Receptor 2 During Sprouting in the Rat Septohippocampal Pathway
      (NSC-7) Sven Ivankovic
      An Assessment of Novel Cancer Treatments on Breast Cancer and Neuronal Cell Lines
      (NSC-8) Faris Amaly & Cara Lepore
      Isolation and characterization of the amphibian rem2 gene in the central nervous sysstem of the bullfrog (Rana catesbeiana): Patterns of differential expression
  • Session III: 12:30 p.m. - 2 p.m.
      (NSC-9) Jennifer Preslar and Annie Kalinoski
      A Novel Aryl Hydrocarbon Receptor 1 (AhR1) Sequence From Rainbow Trout (Oncorhynchus mykiss) Brain
      (NSC-10) Jessie Stanion
      Effect of selective dopamine D3 receptor antagonistĀ PG1037 on ethanol consumption in mice
      (NSC-11) Emily Sewell
      Does repeated exposure to Ritalin in adolescence affect the propensity to later become addicted to cocaine as an adult?

  • Session IV: 2 p.m. - 3:30 p.m.
      (NSC-12) Irravadee Makris
      Cognitive Effects of Sleep Deprivation in College Students
      (NSC-13) Alyssa Althoff
      Effects of Cell-Signaling Pathway Modulation on In Vitro MPC Phenotype and Myotube Formation
      (NSC-14) Harini Vakamudi
      5-HTTLPR polymorphisms and predisposition to anxious and depressive tendencies as measure by blood cortisol and behavioral paradigms
















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