Session O-2L

Brain and Behavior

3:45 PM to 5:15 PM | MGH 258 | Moderated by Sam Golden
Add to my favorites Using Radio Frequency Identification (RFID) Group-Housing Cages to Classify Substance Use in Mice
Presenter
  • Katrina Lee (Katrina) Wong, Senior, Neuroscience Mary Gates Scholar
Mentor
  • Abigail Schindler, Psychiatry & Behavioral Sciences, VA Puget Sound Health Care System

Add to my favorites Changes in mRNA Expression After Incubation of Craving
Presenter
  • Sarah Ransom, Senior, Medical Laboratory Science Mary Gates Scholar
Mentors
  • John Neumaier, Pharmacology, Psychiatry & Behavioral Sciences
  • Phillip Silva, Neuroscience

Add to my favorites The Contributions of the Medial Prefrontal Cortex during Spatial Reversal Learning and Spatial Probabilistic Reversal Learning
Presenter
  • Ryan Matthew Gillis, Senior, Psychology Mary Gates Scholar, UW Honors Program
Mentors
  • Sheri Mizumori, Psychology
  • Kevan Kidder, Psychology, University Washington - Basso Lab

Add to my favorites PVH-TH Neurons are Thermoresponsive and nay be Linked to Cold Induced Hyperphagia
Presenter
  • Rahul Kishore Chaliparambil, Senior, Neuroscience
Mentor
  • Jennifer Deem, Medicine

Add to my favorites [Unable to Present] Sensory Integration of Olfaction and Touch in C. elegans
Presenter
  • Rd (RD) Pant, Senior, Neuroscience Mary Gates Scholar
Mentor
  • Jihong Bai, Biochemistry, Fred Hutchinson Cancer Research Center

Add to my favorites Assessing Changes in the Strength of Corticospinal Connections After Spinal Cord Injury
Presenter
  • Shannon Hong, Senior, Neuroscience Mary Gates Scholar, UW Honors Program
Mentors
  • Samira Moorjani, Physiology & Biophysics
  • Rebecca Burch, Physiology & Biophysics
  • Robert Robinson, Physiology & Biophysics

Add to my favorites Vagus Nerve Stimulation as a Therapy for Blast TBIs
Presenter
  • Emma S. Skillen, Senior, Psychology Mary Gates Scholar
Mentors
  • Abigail Schindler, Psychiatry & Behavioral Sciences, VA Puget Sound Health Care System
  • Britahny Baskin, Neuroscience, Seattle Children's Research Institute/UW