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2015
Tuesday, April 14th
9:00 AM

Neuroscience #1

Effects of Cell-Signaling Pathway Modulation on In Vitro MPC Phenotype and Myotube Formation.

Alyssa Althoff

9:00 AM - 10:20 AM

Johns Hall 208

Neuroscience

Department Organized Oral Session

Neuroscience #1

Eyes-closed Rest Provides a Memory Benefit

Kate Brokaw

9:00 AM - 10:20 AM

Johns Hall 208

Neuroscience

Department Organized Oral Session

Neuroscience #1

Growth and Imaging of Spinal Cord Motor Neurons in a 3-Dimensional Cell Culture

Sarah Beasley

9:00 AM - 10:20 AM

Johns Hall 208

Neuroscience

Department Organized Oral Session

Neuroscience #1

'Modeling an endophenotype for susceptibility to alcoholism: Opioid-mediated single exposure conditioned place preference to ethanol in mice

Katie Annand

9:00 AM - 10:20 AM

Johns Hall 208

Neuroscience

Department Organized Oral Session

Neuroscience #1

Will blocking the dopamine D3 receptor decrease the expression of PTSD in rats?

Clark Dixon

9:00 AM - 10:20 AM

Johns Hall 208

Neuroscience

Department Organized Oral Session

10:30 AM

Neuroscience #2

CSF & Neuropsychological Correlates of Visual Hallucination in Dementia with Lewy bodies

Manuel Hazim

10:30 AM - 11:50 AM

Johns Hall 208

Neuroscience

Department Organized Oral Session

Neuroscience #2

'Modeling an endophenotype for susceptibility to alcoholism: Opioid-mediated single exposure conditioned place preference to ethanol in mice

Annie Hand

10:30 AM - 11:50 AM

Johns Hall 208

Neuroscience

Department Organized Oral Session

Neuroscience #2

Neurological Injury After Cardiac Arrest: Associations of No Flow and Low Flow Time on Outcome and Severity of Brain Injury

Paige Hickey

10:30 AM - 11:50 AM

Johns Hall 208

Neuroscience

Department Organized Oral Session

Neuroscience #3

Paradoxical functional facilitation of stimulus-reward association learning in macaques with neonatal perirhinal lesions

Nirav Mathur

10:30 AM - 11:50 AM

Johns Hall 208

Neuroscience

Department Organized Oral Session

Neuroscience #2

Sleep Spindles, Memory Consolidation, and Test Expectation

Kelly Hamilton

10:30 AM - 11:50 AM

Johns Hall 208

Neuroscience

Department Organized Oral Session

Neuroscience #2

Stereological analysis of GABAergic interneurons in the striatum of a transgenic Huntington's disease monkey model

Juyun Kim

10:30 AM - 11:50 AM

Johns Hall 208

Neuroscience

Department Organized Oral Session

1:00 PM

Neuroscience #3

A Comparison of reward pathways between socially-influenced and stress-induced drinking habits in adolescent and adult mice

Dixon Lee

1:00 PM - 2:20 PM

Johns Hall 208

Neuroscience

Department Organized Oral Session

Neuroscience #3

An investigation of the effects of single prolonged stress (SPS) on male Sprague Dawley rats' propensity to self-administer cocaine

Will Laurenzo

1:00 PM - 2:20 PM

Johns Hall 208

Neuroscience

Department Organized Oral Session

Neuroscience #3

Fight, flight, or food? The effects of chronic food restriction upon activation of glucagon-like peptide-1 and A2 neurons of the caudal nucleus of the solitary tract and the circuitry of stress responses

Matt Phillips

1:00 PM - 2:20 PM

Johns Hall 208

Neuroscience

Department Organized Oral Session

Neuroscience #3

The Impact of Future Relevance on Dream Content and Sleep-Dependent Memory Consolidation

Stephani Manceor

1:00 PM - 2:20 PM

Johns Hall 208

Neuroscience

Department Organized Oral Session

Neuroscience #3

Will “huffing” glue (toluene) in adolescence increase intravenous cocaine use in adulthood?

Matthew Luczak

1:00 PM - 2:20 PM

Johns Hall 208

Neuroscience

Department Organized Oral Session

2:30 PM

Neuroscience #4

Aspects of spontaneous human laughter as it relates to negative and positive prime stimuli through the observation of event-related potentials

Albert Thompson

2:30 PM - 3:50 PM

Johns Hall 208

Neuroscience

Department Organized Oral Session

Neuroscience #4

Elucidating the Role of Deubiquitinating Enzymes in a Yeast Model for Parkinson's Disease.

Megan Willner

2:30 PM - 3:50 PM

Johns Hall 208

Neuroscience

Department Organized Oral Session

Neuroscience #4

Nerve Growth Factor Expression in the Septum and Dentate Gyrus During Lesion-Induced Septohippocampal Axonal Sprouting​

Mckenna Redwine

2:30 PM - 3:50 PM

Johns Hall 208

Neuroscience

Department Organized Oral Session

Neuroscience #4

Salt Taste Genetics

Matt Whitmire

2:30 PM - 3:50 PM

Johns Hall 208

Neuroscience

Department Organized Oral Session

Neuroscience #4

Slow EEG Oscillations Correlate with Memory Consolidation during Rest

Ward Tishler

2:30 PM - 3:50 PM

Johns Hall 208

Neuroscience

Department Organized Oral Session

Neuroscience #4

The Effect of CSPG Inhibitory Peptides on Dorsal Root Ganglion Neurite Growth

Emily Sewell

2:30 PM - 3:50 PM

Johns Hall 208

Neuroscience

Department Organized Oral Session

2016
Tuesday, April 12th
10:30 AM

Kid Talk-Vanderbilt University

London Anderson

10:30 AM - 11:50 AM

Library

Neuroscience

Poster (tri-fold)

Thrombin Plays A role in Creating the Hostile Environment Associated With A Decrease in Neuron Survival Following Spinal Cord Injury

Maddie Ritter

10:30 AM - 11:50 AM

PAC

Neuroscience

Poster (less than 64")

1:00 PM

Neuroscience Research #1

Do Dopamine D3 Antagonists block alcohol consumption in PTSD-like Mice?

Ann Awadalla

1:00 PM - 2:20 PM

Johns Hall 208

Neuroscience

Individual Oral Presentation

Neuroscience Research #1

Does D3 Antagonism Affect Binge-Drinking in PTSD-like Mice?"

Kyle Duke

1:00 PM - 2:20 PM

Johns Hall 208

Neuroscience

Individual Oral Presentation

Neuroscience Research #1

Impact of Test Expectancy on Sleep-Dependent Memory Consolidation

Stephanie Manceor

1:00 PM - 2:20 PM

Johns Hall 208

Neuroscience

Individual Oral Presentation

Neuroscience Research #1

Resting state EEG correlates of memory consolidation

Kate Brokaw

1:00 PM - 2:20 PM

Johns Hall 208

Neuroscience

Individual Oral Presentation

2:30 PM

Neuroscience Research #2

Does Dopamine D3 Antagonism Decrease Oral Self-Administration of Ethanol in PTSD-model Sprague Dawley Rats?

Chris Searles

2:30 PM - 3:50 PM

Johns Hall 208

Neuroscience

Individual Oral Presentation

Neuroscience Research #2

The Effect of Cognitive Load on Memory Consolidation During a Short Period of Waking Rest

Ted Summer

2:30 PM - 3:50 PM

Johns Hall 208

Neuroscience

Individual Oral Presentation

Neuroscience Research #2

Thrombin plays a role in creating the hostile environment associated with a decrease in neuron survival following spinal cord injury.

Jason Pecorella

2:30 PM - 3:50 PM

Johns Hall 208

Neuroscience

Individual Oral Presentation

2017
Tuesday, April 4th
10:30 AM

Effects of a high fat diet on cognition: microbes and microglia

Scotlyn Patterson
Juhi Saxena

10:30 AM

PAC

Biology

Poster (less than 64")

Research in Neuroscience #1

Epigenetic Profiling of Pediatric Brain Tumors

Gavin Rice

10:30 AM

Johns Hall 208

Neuroscience

Individual Oral Presentation

Research in Neuroscience #1

The Effects of Targeted Memory Reactivation During Sleep on Memory Consolidation: Meta Analysis

Ilya Filatov

10:30 AM

Johns Hall 208

Neuroscience

Individual Oral Presentation

Research in Neuroscience #3

The Role of Dopamine Antagonists Blocking the D3 Receptor in Decreased Expression of PTSD in Mice

Lauren Girouard

10:30 AM

Johns Hall 208

Neuroscience

Individual Oral Presentation

Research in Neuroscience #1

Unlearning Implicit Social Biases During Sleep: A Replication Study

Graelyn Humiston

10:30 AM

Johns Hall 208

Neuroscience

Individual Oral Presentation

1:00 PM

Research in Neuroscience #2

The Role of the D3 Receptor in Alcohol Consumption in PTSD Swiss Webster Mice

Ben Otto Sunderman

1:00 PM

Johns Hall 208

Neuroscience

Individual Oral Presentation

Research in Neuroscience #2

Transcranial Alternating-Current Stimulaton and Wakeful Memory Consolidation

Nathan Moliterno

1:00 PM

Johns Hall 208

Neuroscience

Individual Oral Presentation

Research in Neuroscience #2

Will Blocking the Brain's Dopamine D3 Receptor Decrease the Expression of PTSD in Mice?

Wade Miller

1:00 PM

Johns Hall 208

Neuroscience

Individual Oral Presentation

Research in Neuroscience #2

Will Blocking the Dopamine D3 Receptor Decrease the Intravenous (IV) Self-Administration of Morphine in PTSD Rats?

Jackson Perry

1:00 PM

Johns Hall 208

Neuroscience

Individual Oral Presentation

2:30 PM

Research in Neuroscience #1

Characterization of the Igf-1 System in the CNS of Mummichog (Fundulus heteroclitus)

Carter Jardon

2:30 PM

Johns Hall 208

Neuroscience

Individual Oral Presentation

Research in Neuroscience #3

Dopamine D3 Antagonism Decreases alcohol consumption in a PTSD rat model

Drew Kern

2:30 PM

Johns Hall 208

Neuroscience

Individual Oral Presentation

Research in Neuroscience #3

Regionalization of cell proliferation and neurogenesis in the CNS of mummichog (Fundulus heteroclitus)

Tergel Erdenetsogt

2:30 PM

Johns Hall 208

Neuroscience

Individual Oral Presentation

Research in Neuroscience #3

The Influence of Sleep vs. Waking Rest on Concept Learning and Declarative Memory

Kyleigh Sage

2:30 PM

Johns Hall 208

Neuroscience

Individual Oral Presentation

Research in Neuroscience #3

The PDGF-PDGFR signaling pathway as a potential targeted therapy to reduce retinoblastoma cell survival and increase apoptosis

Maddie Ritter

2:30 PM

Johns Hall 208

Neuroscience

Individual Oral Presentation

2018
Tuesday, April 10th
10:00 AM

NS Group 1

Investigating Waking States with EEG, Pupillometry, and Stimulus Detection Performance

Haleigh Kunich
Piper Powell

10:00 AM

Johns Hall 207

Neuroscience

Other

NS Group 1

Presence of an N400 Event Related Potential (ERP) Component with Mismatched Audio-Visual Stimuli

Rosemary Andrews
Nicole Shea
Natalie Russo

10:00 AM

Johns Hall 207

Neuroscience

Other

NS Group 1

The Influence of Thrombin and Anti-Thrombin on Axon Development of Motor Neurons in C. elegans

Kinsey Peterson

10:00 AM

Johns Hall 207

Neuroscience

Other

NS Group 1

The Role of the D3 Receptor in Post Traumatic Stress Disorder (PTSD)

Peter Buccini
Shaun Markarian

10:00 AM

Johns Hall 207

Neuroscience

Other

Neuroscience

Using C.elegans to Examine Growth Cone Collapse in a Thrombin-Rich Environment

Kinsey Peterson

10:00 AM

Johns Hall 207

Neuroscience

Individual Oral Presentation

11:15 AM

NS Group 2

Anticipation of Reward in Anorexia Nervosa and Obsessive Compulsive Disorder

Asha Mehta
Molly Vierhile
James Lock

11:15 AM

Johns Hall 207

Neuroscience

Other

NS Group 2

How does a high saturated fat diet affect Blood Brain Barrier integrity?

Nikita Deshpande
Tristan Pesaresi
Juhi Saxena

11:15 AM

Johns Hall 207

Neuroscience

Other

NS Group 2

Protein Kinase C-delta Regulates Cellular Attachment, Survival, and Metastases- Associated Genes in Uveal Melanoma

Ansley Ulmer
Bradley T. Gao
Zachary Goldsmith

11:15 AM

Johns Hall 207

Neuroscience

Other

Connecting with our Greenville Community through internships in Human Service Non-profit Leadership

Safe Harbor

Anju Saxena

11:15 AM

Hipp Hall 209

Education

Individual Oral Presentation

NS Group 2

The effects of a high fat diet on microglial activiation as reported by MHC Class II molecules.

Tristan Pesaresi
Nikita Deshpande
Juhi Saxena

11:15 AM

Johns Hall 207

Neuroscience

Other

2:30 PM

Attentional Set-Shifting Task in Socially vs. Non-Socially Housed Rats

Amy Mason

2:30 PM

PAC gym

Neuroscience

Poster

The role of textbooks in higher education

Kinsey Peterson

2:30 PM

PAC gym

Science Education

Poster

The Use of Photic Stimulation to Alter Alpha Power in the EEG and Effects on Memory

Katherine Nimchuk

2:30 PM

PAC gym

Neuroscience

Poster

3:30 PM

A Summer Serving Those with Disabilities and Special Needs

Molly Pruitt

3:30 PM

PAC dance studio

Neuroscience

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