Session 1R

Strategies in Brain Research

1:00 PM to 2:30 PM | Moderated by Jaime Olavarria
Add to my favorites Membrane Hyperpolarization Causes Disappearance of Spontaneous Activity in Developing Hindbrain
Presenter
  • Lucy Liu, Senior, Neurobiology
Mentor
  • Martha Bosma, Biology

Add to my favorites Optogenetic Evaluation of Electrotonic Coupling in the Inferior Olive in vitro Using Multibeam Multiphoton Microscopy
Presenter
  • Josef Turecek, Senior, Neurobiology, Psychology, Physics Mary Gates Scholar, Undergraduate Research Conference Travel Awardee
Mentor
  • John Welsh, Pediatrics

Add to my favorites Characterization of Inferior Olivary Synaptic Inputs to Purkinje Neurons in Spinocerebellar Ataxia Type 7 Mice
Presenter
  • Kien-Thiet Nguyen, Senior, Neurobiology, Biology (Physiology) Howard Hughes Scholar
Mentors
  • Gwenn Garden, Neurology
  • Travis Baughan, Neurology

Add to my favorites Modeling the Effects of Low Frequency Stimulation in a Conductance-Based Model of the Parkinsonian Basal Ganglia
Presenter
  • Megan Lacy, Senior, Neurobiology Amgen Scholar, Mary Gates Scholar
Mentors
  • Eric Shea-Brown, Applied Mathematics
  • Guillaume Lajoie, Applied Mathematics

Add to my favorites Investigating the Impact of Mutant Presenilin 2 on Mitochondrial Function in Neurons
Presenter
  • Galen Pizzorno, Senior, Biochemistry, Neurobiology Amgen Scholar, Mary Gates Scholar
Mentors
  • Gwenn Garden, Neurology
  • Suman Jayadev, Neurology

Add to my favorites Learning by Amphetamine-Sensitized Mice
Presenter
  • Kiara Eldred, Senior, Environmental Studies, Biochemistry
Mentor
  • Richard Palmiter, Biochemistry