2013 Schedule

Saturday, September 28, 2013

Time                       Activity                                                                   Location                               

8:30-9:00 am        Registration                                                           Hays lobby

9:00 am                 Welcome by Dean Gary Phillips                          Hays 104

Brief overview of the day’s schedule

9:30-10:30 am     Breakout Session I

Alternative Careers in Science                           Hays 104

Jill Rogers, genetic counselor
Kathleen Novak, pharmacist
Shannon Hudson, middle school science teacher

Faculty Discussion                                                Hays 319

Community Engagement

Nestor Matthews, PhD, Denison University

10:30-10:45 am   Coffee break                                                         Hays lobby

10:45-11:45 am   Keynote Address                                                 Hays 104

Dr. Pedro Irazoqui

Director of the for Center Implantable Devices, Purdue University

Translational Medical Collaborations in Neuroengineering

11:45-12:45 pm   Buffet Lunch                                                         Knowling

12:45-1:30 pm     odd posters present                                            Knowling

1:30-2:15 pm       even posters present                                          Knowling

2:15-2:35 pm       Coffee break                                                         Hays lobby


Time                       Activity                                                                   Location                               

2:35-3:45 pm       Student Presentations                                        Hays 104

In vivo and in vitro ketamine exposure exhibits a dose-dependent induction of ADNP in rat cortical neurons

Benjamin Brown

Baldwin Wallace University, Neuroscience Program

Speed vs. Efficiency: The Effects of Nitric Oxide Administration on Male Rat Copulation

Bradley Wise

Wabash College, Psychology Department

Novel Anechoic Chamber Designed for Dynamic Undergraduate Research in Integrated Neuroscience

Wayward Walters

Allegheny College, Programs of Neuroscience and Psychology

The Use of Secondary Acoustic Cues to Prosodic Stress in Vocoded Speech

Sean Anderson

Baldwin Wallace University, Neuroscience & Psychology

3:45-4:45 pm       Breakout Session II

Graduate &Medical School Panel                     Hays 104

Kim Seroogy & Jim Eliassen

University of Cincinnati,

Neuroscience Graduate Program

Stephen Burns

Indiana University, School of Optometry

Chad Sorenson

Indiana University Medical School


Faculty Discussion                                                Hays 319

Integrating research into the curriculum

Topic for next year:  Immersion experiences

Other suggestions?

4:45-5:00 pm       Closing Remarks                                                   Hays 104

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