Kudos to our CSF students who gave their oral and poster research presentations July 25th and 26th. You all gave awesome presentations!
CSF 2022 Students oral and poster research presentation titles
Noelle Martell, Tom Kash’s lab, “Retrieval of ethanol-induced conditioned taste aversion increases c-Fos expression in the insular cortex”
Sheyenne Grady, Melissa Herman’s lab, “The effects of acute and chronic nicotine vape exposure on neuronal activity in the mouse Ventral Tegmental Area and the Nucleus Accumbens”
Yongyi Li, Juan Song’s lab, “G9a inhibition regulates neuroinflammation and T cell invasion in Alzheimer’s disease”
Elyse Schechter, Kirsten Bryant’s lab, “PIKfyve inhibition sensitizes pancreatic cancer cells to ERK-MAPK pathway inhibition”
Winifred Dorlean, Tom Kash’s lab, “Bed nucleus of the stria terminalis (BNST) 5HT2c receptors promote rewarding & aversive effects of alcohol”
Alexander Zungia Marler, Kirsten Bryant’s lab, “Characterization of the effects of a novel KRASG12D inhibitor on pancreatic cancer proliferation and metabolism”
Hope Kellner, Leon Coleman’s lab, “Altered Lysosomal Lipid in Aged Female Mice: A Potential Role in Alzheimer’s Disease?”
Cody White, Lee Graves’ lab, “Validating ATF4 dependent changes in response to ClpP activation in triple-negative breast cancer”
Kemi Katemboh, Leon Coleman’s lab, “Accumulation of lysosomes and lipids in the brain with aging: a risk factor for Alzheimer’s Disease?”
Kareemah McQueen, Jonathan Schisler’s lab, “RIPK dependent Cell Death Is Inhibited by the Ubiquitin Ligase CHIP”
Pics from CSF Students’ oral research presentations. Click for larger image.
Pics from CSF Students’ poster research presentations at the UNC Stone Center. Click for larger image.