Shannon Blume, a graduate student in Dr. Rosenkranz's lab, received a travel award to attend the Wisconsin Symposium on Emotion
on April 17th and 18th in Madison. The theme for this year's conference is "Trauma and Resilience: Basic and Translational Neuroscience." She will present her work entitled The impact of repeated restraint stress on basolateral amygdala physiology in the female rat
Daniel (Dan) Thomases, a graduate student in Dr. Tseng's lab, received the best poster presentation award (graduate student category) at the 25th Annual Meeting of the Great Lakes Chapter of ASPET (June 22, 2012). The title of his poster presentation was "Impact of the GABA-A α1 positive allosteric modulator Indiplon in reversing the abnormal prefrontal disinhibitory state induced by NMDA receptor blockade during adolescence
". Congratulations Dan!
Daniel (Dan) Thomases, a graduate student in Dr. Tseng's lab, was awarded a scholarship stipend from the Cold Spring Harbor Laboratory to attend the 2012 CSHL WORKSHOP ON SCHIZOPHRENIA
Kuei Y. Tseng, MD, PhD
, received a Brain Research Foundation Seed Grant
entitled "CB1 cannabinoid receptor activation during adolescence impairs maturation of prefrontal GABAergic circuits"
Kuei Y. Tseng, MD, PhD
, MD, PhD, in collaboration with Dr. West (Neuroscience), received a multi-PI Parkinson's Disease Foundation grant entitled "Cyclic GMP signaling and experimental Parkinsonism"
April 30 - Vivian Wong successfully defended her Doctoral Dissertation. Congratulations Vivi!
Shannon Blume, a graduate student in Dr. Rosenkranz's lab, was awarded the Donald G. and Darel Stein Fellowship
by the Society of Women's Health Research to present "Neuronal activity in the female basolateral amygdala and the impact of chronic stress" at the Society for Neuroscience meeting.
J. Amiel Rosenkranz, Ph.D. received the Board of Trustees Award, an annual award given by the university to a younger faculty member who has shown promise in research activities in his published work..
At 9:30 AM on Monday, May 13, 2013, Yiyue (Cynthia) Zhang will defend her Ph.D. Thesis, "Structural Plasticity of Synapses and Levodopa-Induced Dyskinesias", in room 1.706 in the Health Sciences Building.
At 9:00 AM on Tuesday, May 14, 2013, Wei Zhang will defend her Ph.D. Thesis, "Age-dependent Effect of Repeated Restraint on Amygdala Physiology and Function", in room 1.716 in the Health Sciences Building.