The 2nd Annual SU Neuroscience Research Day
Drumlins Conference Center
800 Nottingham Rd, Syracuse, NY 13224, USA
Free Bus Transportation from Main Campus to Drumlins available, in addition to a free parking lot for those who prefer driving.The bus will leave from Sims Hall and make repeated trips to Drumlins and back throughout the day. There will be a sign in the window of the bus indicating that it is the designated Neuro Research Day (NRD) bus.Registration for admission only is still available! (Lunch options are no longer available)
Please join fellow SU faculty and students to hear about neuroscience research going on across the university!Select faculty from the Syracuse University Interdisciplinary Neuroscience Program will make presentations on their research.A poster session in the afternoon will showcase research collaborations including undergraduate and graduate students with an award for best poster!Poster abstracts can be found here!
Keynote Speaker: Leslie R. Bernstein, Ph.D.
Professor of Neuroscience and SurgeryUniversity of Connecticut School of Medicine"A modern, comprehensive understanding of binaural hearing derives from and requires detailed knowledge of complex signals, peripheral monaural processing, and central binaural processing"
Schedule on April 15th (Friday)
Registration desk opens and continental breakfast
Welcome Natalie Russo, Ph.D. (Psychology, Director of the Neuroscience ILM)
Welcome and introduction to keynote speaker Sandra J. Hewett, Ph.D. (Biology, Executive Director of Neuroscience Studies)
"A modern, comprehensive understanding of binaural hearing derives from and requires detailed knowledge of complex signals, peripheral monaural processing, and central binaural processing"Leslie R. Bernstein, Ph.D. (Keynote Speaker)
"Laryngeal Kinematics in Voice Disorders" Soren Y. Lowell, Ph.D. (Communication Sciences and Disorders)
"Race, Heavy Metals and IQ in Children"Brooks B. Gump, Ph.D. (Public Health)
"Development & Wiring of Cortical Neurons: Implications for Autism Spectrum Disorder"Jessica L. MacDonald, Ph.D. (Biology)
Lunch (advanced registration)
"Relating Brain and Behavior with Cognitive Models"Corey N. White, Ph.D. (Psychology)
"Exploring the Microenvironment of Spinal Cord Injury from a Biomechanical and Biochemical Perspective" Julie M. Hasenwinkel, Ph.D. (Biomedical & Chemical Engineering)
"Neuromodulation of Seizure Threshold"James A. Hewett, Ph.D. (Biology)
"Sleep Apnea and Risk for Stroke"Antonio Culebras, M.D. (SUNY Upstate Neurology)
Student Poster Session
Student Poster Awards
Sponsored by the Interdisciplinary Neuroscience ProgramSpecial thanks to the Departments of Biology, Psychology, Engineering, Communication Sciences & Disorders and Exercise Science for sponsoring the Keynote Address
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