Neuroscience-related events at Trinity College and the surrounding region.
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Thursday, April 30th
Neuroscience Senior Thesis Presentations
9:00 am - 12:00 pm
Individualized COGNITIVE REHABILITATION FOR ADULTS WITH ACQUIRED
BRAIN INJURY (ABI)
Emily Aiken ‘15
Faculty Advisor: Sarah
THE RELATIONSHIP BETWEEN PROSPECTIVE MEMORY AND EXECUTIVE FUNCTIONS IN SURVIVORS OF ACQUIRED BRAIN INJURY
Alexis Benedetto '15
Faculty Advisor: Sarah Raskin,Ph.D.
OF KETOGENIC DIETS ON AUTISTIC SYMPTOMS OF FEMALE EL MICE
David Ruskin, Ph.D
THE EFFECT OF VIEWING WILDLIFE IMAGES ON THE SYMPATHETIC
ADRENOMEDULLARY SYSTEM STRESS RESPONSE IN MILITARY VETERANS WITH VARYING LEVELS
Nicole Evancha ’15
Faculty Advisor: Sarah Raskin, PhD
ELECTROPHYSIOLOGICAL AND BEHAVIORAL MEASURES OF PROSPECTIVE MEMORY IN
INDIVIDUALS WITH MILD AND SEVERE ACQUIRED BRAIN INJURY
Consuelo Pedro ’15
Faculty Advisor: Sarah Raskin,
mTOR SIGNALING AND ENDOPLASMIC RETICULUM STRESS IN MIXED GLIAL CULTURES
William Schreiber-Stainthorp '15
Faculty Advisor: Hebe Guardiola Diaz, Ph.D.
EFFECT OF THE KETOGENIC DIET ON
BEHAVIORAL SYMPTOMS OF AUTISM IN THE POLY(IC) MOUSE MODEL
Faculty Advisor: David Ruskin, PhD
28th Annual Science Symposium
Field House, Ferris Athletic Center
1:00 pm - 3:00 pm