Current Events

Neuroscience-related events at Trinity College and the surrounding region. 

All Trinity events are open to the entire community.  Scroll for links to regional seminar series.

If you are a Trinity student or employee who would like direct email notification of Neuroscience events on campus, or if there is a Neuroscience event that you would like to advertise to the Trinity College community, please email hebe.guardioladiaz@trincoll.edu 

April, 2015

Thursday, April 30th

Neuroscience Senior Thesis Presentations

Alumni Lounge

9:00 am - 12:00 pm

Individualized COGNITIVE REHABILITATION FOR ADULTS WITH ACQUIRED BRAIN INJURY (ABI)

Emily Aiken ‘15

Faculty Advisor: Sarah Raskin, PhD

THE RELATIONSHIP BETWEEN PROSPECTIVE MEMORY AND EXECUTIVE FUNCTIONS IN SURVIVORS OF ACQUIRED BRAIN INJURY 

Alexis Benedetto '15

Faculty Advisor: Sarah Raskin,Ph.D. 

EFFECTS OF KETOGENIC DIETS ON AUTISTIC SYMPTOMS OF FEMALE EL MICE

Subrina Bisnauth ‘15

Faculty Advisor: David Ruskin, Ph.D 

 THE EFFECT OF VIEWING WILDLIFE IMAGES ON THE SYMPATHETIC ADRENOMEDULLARY SYSTEM STRESS RESPONSE IN MILITARY VETERANS WITH VARYING LEVELS OF PTSD

Nicole Evancha 15
Faculty Advisor:
Sarah Raskin, PhD

RELATIONSHIP BETWEEN ELECTROPHYSIOLOGICAL AND BEHAVIORAL MEASURES OF PROSPECTIVE MEMORY IN INDIVIDUALS WITH MILD AND SEVERE ACQUIRED BRAIN INJURY                            

Consuelo Pedro ’15

Faculty Advisor: Sarah Raskin, Ph.D.

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

Sierra Slade '15

Faculty Advisor: David Ruskin, PhD


28th Annual Science Symposium

Field House, Ferris Athletic Center

1:00 pm - 3:00 pm







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