student project that won an award at the 2017 Science Symposium

 

The following list includes current and historic, individual student research projects, public presentations from conferences, symposia and exhibitions*, and peer-reviewed publications. For abstracts on each project see Students as Scholars.

*“Supported by:” on Student Conference Presentation records indicates the entity or funding mechanism that supported the student’s participation in the conference, i.e. travel expenses, poster costs, etc.  For on-campus conferences, the supporting entity is usually the academic department sponsoring the event.

**“Supported by:” on Student Research Project records indicates the entity or funding mechanism that supported the student’s research costs, i.e. supplies, materials, equipment, stipends, local or international research travel, etc.


2018

Student NameProjectFaculty/Mentor
Jessica L Bell Mapping C-Fos Expression In The Thoracic Cavity Of The Developing Embryonic Mouse
Conference: 18th Annual Biology Student Research Symposium
Supported by: Biology Department
Mary Niblock
Jessica L Bell Carbon Dioxide-Induced C-Fos Expression in Central Respiratory Chemoreceptors and Development of Respiratory Behavior in Embryonic Mice.
Conference: 2018 Neuroscience Honors Research Seminar
Supported by: Neuroscience Department
Haeji Chung The effects of dopamine and serotonin on swimming behavior in larvae of a marine mollusc
Conference: 33rd Annual Science Student Research Symposium
Supported by: Science Executive Committee
Anthony Pires
Dylan Joseph Gilhooly Relationship Between Exercise and Conditioned Hyperactivity in Mice: Importance of Temporal Contiguity
Conference: 33rd Annual Science Student Research Symposium
Supported by: Science Executive Committee
Anthony Rauhut
Meredith Johnson Probing the tetrameric structure of Leishmania major Pteridine Reductase (PTR1) with point mutations and interface-derived peptides.
Conference: 33rd Annual Science Student Research Symposium
Supported by: Science Executive Committee
Jason Gavenonis
Ho An Lau Estradiol Does Not Affect Spasms In The Betamethasone-NMDA Rat Model Of Infantile Spasms.
Conference: 18th Annual Biology Student Research Symposium
Supported by: Biology Department
Ho An Lau Intraperitoneal injection of the dietary supplement Prevagen® does not improve short-term memory in the day-old chick
Conference: 33rd Annual Science Student Research Symposium
Supported by: Science Executive Committee
Teresa Barber
Madison L McDole Brown seaweed phenolics as a multipurpose amyloid beta aggregation inhibitor
Supported by: Science Executive Committee
Thomas Arnold,Jason Gavenonis
Vincent Joseph Turnbull Green Coffee Fruit Extract: an inhibitor of amyloid beta aggregation and a possible treatment for Alzheimer's disease.
Conference: 33rd Annual Science Student Research Symposium
Supported by: Science Executive Committee
Thomas Arnold,Anthony Rauhut,Meredith Rauhut
Vincent Joseph Turnbull Brown seaweed phenolics as a multipurpose amyloid beta aggregation inhibitor
Conference: 33rd Annual Science Student Research Symposium
Supported by: Science Executive Committee
Thomas Arnold,Jason Gavenonis
Justina Anna Warnick Relationship Between Exercise and Conditioned Hyperactivity in Mice: Importance of Temporal Contiguity
Conference: 33rd Annual Science Student Research Symposium
Supported by: Science Executive Committee
Anthony Rauhut
Justina Anna Warnick Effect of temporal contiguity of exercise on conditioned hyperactivity in mice
Conference: 2018 Lehigh Valley Society for Neuroscience Undergraduate Conference
Anthony Rauhut

2017

Student NameProjectFaculty/Mentor
Brooke N Bender Voluntary Exercise Slows Extinction of Conditioned Hyperactivity in Mice
Conference: 2017 Celebration of Student Scholarship in Psychology
Supported by: Psychology Department
Anthony Rauhut
Brooke N Bender Voluntary Exercise Slows Extinction of Conditioned Hyperactivity in Mice
Conference: 32nd Annual Science Student Research Symposium
Supported by: Science Executive Committee
Anthony Rauhut
Lauren C Benton The ERP correlates of self-knowledge: Are assessments of one's past, present, and future traits closer to semantic or episodic memory?
Conference: 32nd Annual Science Student Research Symposium
Supported by: Science Executive Committee
Meredith Johnson A Comparative Analysis of the Circadian Rhythms of Specialist and Generalist Bees Visiting Convolvulaceae Flowers
Conference: Annual Meeting of the Society for Integrative and Comparative Biology
Supported by: R&D Kenderdine Travel Grant
Sarah E Kaye Baseline Neurocognitive Performance and Symptoms in Those with ADHD, History of Concussions, and Loss of Consciousness
Conference: 32nd Annual Science Student Research Symposium
Supported by: Science Executive Committee
Jonathan Michael Legregin Voluntary Exercise Slows Extinction of Conditioned Hyperactivity in Mice
Conference: 32nd Annual Science Student Research Symposium
Supported by: Science Executive Committee
Anthony Rauhut
Jonathan Michael Legregin Voluntary Exercise Slows Extinction of Conditioned Hyperactivity in Mice
Conference: 2017 Celebration of Student Scholarship in Psychology
Supported by: Psychology Department
Anthony Rauhut
Kymberly Dawn Lewis-Young Increasing CS Duration Facilitates Extinction and Blunts Context-Specific Sensitization in Mice
Conference: Society for Neuroscience
Meredith Rauhut
Abigail Louise Stasior Voluntary Exercise Slows Extinction of Conditioned Hyperactivity in Mice
Conference: 2017 Celebration of Student Scholarship in Psychology
Supported by: Psychology Department
Anthony Rauhut
Abigail Louise Stasior Voluntary Exercise Slows Extinction of Conditioned Hyperactivity in Mice
Conference: 32nd Annual Science Student Research Symposium
Supported by: Science Executive Committee
Anthony Rauhut
Abigail Louise Stasior Effect of Exercise on Acquisition and Extinction of Conditioned Hyperactivity
Conference: 46th annual meeting of the Society for Neuroscience
Supported by: R&D Kenderdine Travel Grant
Anthony Rauhut
Abigail Louise Stasior Voluntary Exercise Blunts the Unconditioned and Conditioned Locomotor Effects of Methamphetamine in Mice.
Conference: Society for Neuroscience
Anthony Rauhut
Justina Anna Warnick Voluntary Exercise Slows Extinction of Conditioned Hyperactivity in Mice
Conference: 32nd Annual Science Student Research Symposium
Supported by: Science Executive Committee
Anthony Rauhut
Justina Anna Warnick Voluntary Exercise Slows Extinction of Conditioned Hyperactivity in Mice
Conference: 2017 Celebration of Student Scholarship in Psychology
Supported by: Psychology Department
Anthony Rauhut

2016

Student NameProjectFaculty/Mentor
Imani Regina Beard Olfactory cues ameliorate scopolamine-induced amnesia in the day-old chick
Conference: 31st Annual Science Student Research Symposium
Supported by: Science Executive Committee
Teresa Barber
Sandra Michelle Buck Timing of SCH 23390 Administration Influences Extinction of Conditioned Hyperactivity in Mice.
Conference: Annual Meeting of the Society for Neuroscience
Meredith Rauhut
Gabrielle Bernstein Frenkel Olfactory cues ameliorate scopolamine-induced amnesia in the day-old chick
Conference: 31st Annual Science Student Research Symposium
Supported by: Science Executive Committee
Teresa Barber
Meredith Johnson Behavior of Specialist Bees
Supported by: National Science Foundation REU site, University of Central Oklahoma at Edmond.
Number of Weeks: 8
Rodney D Jones Exercise Potentiates Acute Locomotor-Activating Effects of Methamphetamine in Male Mice: Importance of Temporal Contiguity
Conference: 7th Annual Meeting of Lehigh Valley Society for Neuroscience Chapter Undergraduate Research Conference
Supported by: Neuroscience Department
Anthony Rauhut
Rodney D Jones Exercise potentiates acute locomotor-activating effects of methamphetamine in male mice: Importance of temporal contiguity
Conference: 31st Annual Science Student Research Symposium
Supported by: Science Executive Committee
Anthony Rauhut
Moriah Seline O'Malley Exercise potentiates acute locomotor-activating effects of methamphetamine in male mice: Importance of temporal contiguity
Conference: 31st Annual Science Student Research Symposium
Supported by: Science Executive Committee
Anthony Rauhut
Moriah Seline O'Malley Exercise Potentiates Acute Locomotor-Activating Effects of Methamphetamine in Male Mice: Importance of Temporal Contiguity
Conference: 7th Annual Meeting of Lehigh Valley Society for Neuroscience Chapter Undergraduate Research Conference
Anthony Rauhut
Kristen Ashley Ratner Timing of SCH 23390 Administration Influences Extinction of Conditioned Hyperactivity in Mice.
Conference: Annual Meeting of the Society for Neuroscience
Meredith Rauhut
Mackenzie Frances Shelgren Activation of brainstem cardiorespiratory-related nuclei in running mice
Supported by: Science Executive Committee
Mary Niblock
Abigail Louise Stasior Exercise Potentiates Acute Locomotor-Activating Effects of Methamphetamine in Male Mice: Importance of Temporal Contiguity
Conference: 7th Annual Meeting of Lehigh Valley Society for Neuroscience Chapter Undergraduate Research Conference
Anthony Rauhut
Abigail Louise Stasior "Erasing" Drug Memories
Supported by: R&D Dana Research Assistant
Number of Weeks: 8
Anthony Rauhut
Abigail Louise Stasior Exercise potentiates acute locomotor-activating effects of methamphetamine in male mice: Importance of temporal contiguity
Conference: 31st Annual Science Student Research Symposium
Supported by: Science Executive Committee
Anthony Rauhut
Ee Rah Sung Timing of SCH 23390 Administration Influences Extinction of Conditioned Hyperactivity in Mice.
Conference: Annual Meeting of the Society for Neuroscience
Meredith Rauhut
Gianna Christine Toglia Exercise potentiates acute locomotor-activating effects of methamphetamine in male mice: Importance of temporal contiguity
Conference: 31st Annual Science Student Research Symposium
Supported by: Science Executive Committee
Anthony Rauhut
Gianna Christine Toglia Exercise Potentiates Acute Locomotor-Activating Effects of Methamphetamine in Male Mice: Importance of Temporal Contiguity
Conference: 7th Annual Meeting of Lehigh Valley Society for Neuroscience Chapter Undergraduate Research Conference/
Anthony Rauhut

2015

Student NameProjectFaculty/Mentor
Imani Regina Beard NSF 085670: STEP Program at Dickinson College
Supported by: National Science Foundation
Number of Weeks: 8
Teresa Barber
Gabrielle Bernstein Frenkel Behavioral Interventions in Alzheimer's Disease
Number of Weeks: 8
Teresa Barber
Meredith Johnson Music Therapy Effects on Sedation Requirements in Ventilated ICU Patients
Supported by: 2015 summer research scholar program at Lehigh Valley Hospital
Number of Weeks: 8
Gregory Joseph Kirchner Methamphetamine Decreases Anxiety in Estradiol-Treated Female Mice
Conference: 30th Annual Science Student Research Symposium
Supported by: Science Executive Committee
Anthony Rauhut
Miriam Claire Miller Methamphetamine Decreases Anxiety in Estradiol-Treated Female Mice
Conference: 30th Annual Science Student Research Symposium
Supported by: Science Executive Committee
Anthony Rauhut
Munin Streitz Estradiol Exacerbates Anxiety During Acute Methamphetamine Withdrawal in Female Mice.
Conference: Annual Meeting of the Society for Neuroscience
Meredith Rauhut
Charlotte Anna Woody Estradiol Exacerbates Anxiety During Acute Methamphetamine Withdrawal in Female Mice.
Conference: Annual Meeting of the Society for Neuroscience
Meredith Rauhut

2014

Student NameProjectFaculty/Mentor
Alexandra Shelly Bova Ethanol-induced histone modifications on histone H3 in the NAc and mPFC of female C57BL/6J mice
Conference: 29th Annual Science Student Research Symposium
Supported by: Science Executive Committee
Monica Gabrielle Coran Effects of argument structure and processing load on sentence processing in aphasia
Supported by: Eleanor M. Saffran Center for Cognitive Neuroscience
Number of Weeks: 10
Krista Denise Dionne The Homeobox Gene Gsx2 in Human Brain Development
Conference: 29th Annual Science Student Research Symposium
Supported by: Science Executive Committee
Ryan Callahan Duggan Antipsychotic-induced sustained dopaine D2 receptor blockade alters motor learning andperformance: implications for drug-induced parkinsonism and antipsychotic treatment
Conference: 29th Annual Science Student Research Symposium
Supported by: Science Executive Committee
Emma C Frair Decipher the role of PRMT5 in Glioblastoma
Supported by: Ohio State University Wexner Medical Center Neurosurgery Research
Number of Weeks: 10
Elisa Guma Voluntary Exercise Enhances the Locomotor-Activating Effects of Methamphetamine in Mice
Conference: Annual Meeting of the Society for Neuroscience
Meredith Rauhut
Kaitlyn Hajrije Hajdarovic The influence of driving on pragmatic interpretation
Conference: 29th Annual Science Student Research Symposium
Supported by: Science Executive Committee
Patricia Reeder
Chelsea Lynn Homa Identification of Carbon Dioxide-Sensitive Cells in the Mouse Retrotrapezoid Nucleus
Conference: 29th Annual Science Student Research Symposium
Supported by: Science Executive Committee
Mary Niblock
Kathryn B Langan Evaluation of Elution Techniques for the Purification of Human Sphingomyelinase
Conference: 29th Annual Science Student Research Symposium
Supported by: Science Executive Committee
Lydia Corbin Marks Do TMS-evoked twitches shift towards a ballistic training direction in extrinsic or muscle-based coordinates?
Conference: 29th Annual Science Student Research Symposium
Supported by: Science Executive Committee
Marilyn Mendez Preliminary work using Immunohistochemistry to target and visualize specific brain regions
Conference: 29th Annual Science Student Research Symposium
Supported by: Science Executive Committee
Miriam Claire Miller Role of mGlur5 receptors in the formation of abnormal plasticity in the BNST associated with long term alcohol abuse
Conference: 29th Annual Science Student Research Symposium
Supported by: Science Executive Committee
Celeste M Pilato Spinal Muscular Atrophy: Increasing SMN expression in both muscle and neurons does not provide an additive benefit to SMA mice
Conference: 29th Annual Science Student Research Symposium
Supported by: Science Executive Committee
Stephen Andrew Reale Multitasking with music: the effect of musical genre on test performance
Conference: 29th Annual Science Student Research Symposium
Supported by: Science Executive Committee
Patricia Reeder
Joshua Adam Singer Non-invasive electrical brain stimulation improves recovery for stroke patients with aphasia
Supported by: Georgetown University-Cognitive Recovery Lab
Number of Weeks: 8
Munin Streitz The effect of estradiol on response to methamphetamine in female Swiss-Webster mice
Conference: 29th Annual Science Student Research Symposium
Supported by: Science Executive Committee
Anthony Rauhut,Meredith Rauhut
Alicia Kira Trappanese The effect of estradiol on response to methamphetamine in female Swiss-Webster mice
Conference: 29th Annual Science Student Research Symposium
Supported by: Science Executive Committee
Anthony Rauhut,Meredith Rauhut
Andre O'Neil White White, A.O.*, & Rauhut, A.S. (2014). Time-Dependent Effects of Prazosin on the Development of Methamphetamine Conditioned Hyperactivity and Context-Specific Sensitization in Mice. Behavioural Brain Research, 263, 80-89.
Meredith Rauhut
Charlotte Anna Woody Changes in adult responses to complex learning environments
Conference: 29th Annual Science Student Research Symposium
Supported by: Science Executive Committee
Patricia Reeder
Charlotte Anna Woody The effect of estradiol on response to methamphetamine in female Swiss-Webster mice
Conference: 29th Annual Science Student Research Symposium
Supported by: Science Executive Committee
Anthony Rauhut,Meredith Rauhut

2013

Student NameProjectFaculty/Mentor
Kelsey Marie Barclay Building a Database of SEP Waveforms to Detect Differences Related to Pain
Conference: 2013 Science Research Symposium
Supported by: Science Executive Committee
Jonathan Page
Kelsey Marie Barclay Human Electrophysiology Lab
Number of Weeks: 13
Jonathan Page
Alexandra Shelly Bova NSF Research Experience for Undergraduates (REU): Epigenetics of Alcohol Addiction
Supported by: 2013 CNUP Summer Undergraduate Research Program
Number of Weeks: 8
Ari R Brouwer The Effect of Curcuminoids on Scopolamine-Induced Amnesia
Conference: 2013 Science Research Symposium
Supported by: Science Executive Committee
Teresa Barber
Margretta Claire Buckley Building a Database of SEP Waveforms to Detect Differences Related to Pain
Conference: 2013 Science Research Symposium
Supported by: Science Executive Committee
Jonathan Page
Jeanette E Diamond Chronic and Repeated Isolation Stress Impairs Memory in Taste-Avoidance Learning in Day-Old Chicks
Conference: 2013 Science Research Symposium
Supported by: Science Executive Committee
Teresa Barber,Anthony Rauhut
Krista Denise Dionne Gsx2 and Calretinin in the Developing Human Neocortex
Supported by: University of Connecticut Medical School College Summer Fellowship Program
Number of Weeks: 8
Ryan Callahan Duggan Testing the impact of sustained dopamine D2 receptor blockade on motor learning and performance
Supported by: Brown University
Number of Weeks: 9
Shawn Ashley Gessay Effects of Gingko and Phosphatidylserine on Reward memory
Conference: 2013 Science Research Symposium
Supported by: Science Executive Committee
Teresa Barber
Elisa Guma Effects of Voluntary Wheel Running on the Locomotor-Activating Response to Methamphetamine.
Conference: 2013 Science Research Symposium
Supported by: Science Executive Committee
Anthony Rauhut
Kaitlyn Hajrije Hajdarovic Sex Differences in Ischemic Outcomes and Inflammatory Responses in Aged and Neonatal Stroke
Supported by: University of Connecticut Health Center
Number of Weeks: 4
Chelsea Lynn Homa The Impact of Multiple Modalities of Learning on the Retention of Education in Stroke Patients
Supported by: Overlook Medical Center Stroke Department
Number of Weeks: 8
Kathryn B Langan Sphingomyelinase research
Number of Weeks: 5
Emma Rose Sanborn TGF-Beta Interacts With MMP2 to Cause Matrix Contraction in the Posterior Lens Capsule
Conference: 2013 Science Research Symposium
Supported by: Science Executive Committee
Caio F C Santos Rodrigues Building a Database of SEP Waveforms to Detect Differences Related to Pain
Conference: 2013 Science Research Symposium
Supported by: Science Executive Committee
Jonathan Page
Kathryn Anne Scheffler Effect of 6-Week Exercise Regimen on Methamphetamine Response: Individual Differences
Conference: 2013 Science Research Symposium
Supported by: Science Executive Committee
Anthony Rauhut
Laura Elizabeth Schorfheide Electronically Detecting Pain in Wistar Rats
Conference: 2013 Science Research Symposium
Supported by: Science Executive Committee
Teresa Barber
Victoria Michelle Seman Determining the Role of Sp4 in Morphological Development of Cerebellar Granule Neurons: An Analysis of Dendrite Patterns
Conference: 2013 Science Research Symposium
Supported by: Science Executive Committee
Emily Margaret Snell Building a Database of SEP Waveforms to Detect Differences Related to Pain
Conference: 2013 Science Research Symposium
Supported by: Science Executive Committee
Jonathan Page
Melanie Strapko Active site of the Calcitonin gene-related peptide receptor component protein (RCP) and neuroendocrine regulation
Conference: 2013 Science Research Symposium
Supported by: Science Executive Committee
Christine Elyse Talbot The Role of Apomorphine and Acute Isolation Stress on Learning and Memory in the Day-Old Chick
Conference: 2013 Science Research Symposium
Supported by: Science Executive Committee
Teresa Barber,Meredith Rauhut
Alexandre Gerard Vouga Effects of Voluntary Wheel Running on the Locomotor-Activating Response to Methamphetamine.
Conference: 2013 Science Research Symposium
Supported by: Science Executive Committee
Anthony Rauhut
Justin Michael Williams The Effect of Curcuminoids on Scopolamine-Induced Amnesia
Conference: 2013 Science Research Symposium
Supported by: Science Executive Committee
Teresa Barber

2012

Student NameProjectFaculty/Mentor
Marianh Grace Aman PIK4CA Effects on Emotion Processing in VCFS: An Imaging Genomics Study
Conference: 2012 Science Research Symposium
Supported by: Science Executive Committee
Sandra Michelle Buck Effect of D1 Receptor Antagonist SCH 23390 on Extinction of Conditioned Hyperactivity.
Conference: Penn State Institute for Neuroscience
Meredith Rauhut
Sandra Michelle Buck Effect of D1 Receptor Antagonist SCH23390 on Extinction of Conditioned Hyperactivity
Conference: 2012 Science Research Symposium
Supported by: Science Executive Committee
Anthony Rauhut
Emma Taellor Campbell Determination of the phenotype of sexually dimorphic cells in the mouse retrotrapezoid nucleus using a novel double transgenic mouse
Conference: Twelfth Annual Biology Student Research Symposium
Supported by: Biology Department
Mary Niblock
Emma Taellor Campbell Determination of the phenotype of sexually dimorphic cells in the mouse retrotrapezoid nucleus using a novel double transgenic mouse
Conference: 2012 Science Research Symposium
Supported by: Science Executive Committee
Mary Niblock
Edward Mark Edris Phosphatidylserine Attenuation of Scopolamine-Induced Amnesia in Day-Old Chicks
Conference: 2012 Science Research Symposium
Supported by: Science Executive Committee
Teresa Barber
Alaisa Cordes Emery Visualization in the Brain
Conference: 2012 Science Research Symposium
Supported by: Science Executive Committee
Jonathan Page
Alaisa Cordes Emery Imagination in the Brain
Conference: 2012 Science Research Symposium
Supported by: Science Executive Committee
Jonathan Page
Courtney Ann Fyock Increased Strategy Use is Associated with Subjective Memory Improvement Following Cognitive Rehabilitation
Conference: 2012 Science Research Symposium
Supported by: Science Executive Committee
Courtney Ann Fyock Effects of Talsaclidine on Stress-Induced Memory and Learning in Day-Old Chicks.
Conference: 2012 Science Research Symposium
Supported by: Science Executive Committee
Teresa Barber
Nora Hajnoczky Mitochondrial fusion and motility in hepatocytes derived from control and ethanol fed rats
Conference: 2012 Science Research Symposium
Supported by: Science Executive Committee
Anthony Pires
Julia Klyus Developing Algorithms to Detect Pain Using the EEG
Conference: 2012 Science Research Symposium
Supported by: Science Executive Committee
Jonathan Page
Paul John Levinsky Phosphatidylserine Attenuation of Scopolamine-Induced Amnesia in Day-Old Chicks
Conference: 2012 Science Research Symposium
Supported by: Science Executive Committee
Teresa Barber
Miriam Claire Miller mGluR5 Effects on Alcohol Related Plasticity in the BNST
Supported by: Vanderbilt University
Number of Weeks: 9
Stephanie LeAnn Neal Determination of the phenotype of sexually dimorphic cells in the mouse retrotrapezoid nucleus using a novel double transgenic mouse
Conference: Twelfth Annual Biology Student Research Symposium
Supported by: Biology Department
Mary Niblock
Stephanie LeAnn Neal Determination of the phenotype of sexually dimorphic cells in the mouse retrotrapezoid nucleus using a novel double transgenic mouse
Conference: 2012 Science Research Symposium
Supported by: Science Executive Committee
Mary Niblock
Maia Thi Nguyen Limited Environmental Enrichment Reduces Methamphetamine Sensitization in Young Mice
Conference: Penn State Institute for Neuroscience
Meredith Rauhut
Jessica Porter Nixon Determination of the phenotype of sexually dimorphic cells in the mouse retrotrapezoid nucleus using a novel double transgenic mouse
Conference: Twelfth Annual Biology Student Research Symposium
Supported by: Biology Department
Mary Niblock
Gina Marie Norato Developing Algorithms to Detect Pain Using the EEG
Conference: 2012 Science Research Symposium
Supported by: Science Executive Committee
Jonathan Page
Alicia Josephine Palmieri Protein expression of VAPA, a novel mu-opioid receptor (MOR) interacting protein, is altered following opioid exposure
Conference: 2012 Science Research Symposium
Supported by: Science Executive Committee
Caitlin Rose Ratino Current genetic research strategies for schizophrenia may not be the most promising
Conference: 2012 Science Research Symposium
Supported by: Science Executive Committee
Kristen Ashley Ratner Effect of D1 Receptor Antagonist SCH 23390 on Extinction of Conditioned Hyperactivity.
Conference: Penn State Institute for Neuroscience
Meredith Rauhut
Kristen Ashley Ratner Effect of D1 Receptor Antagonist SCH23390 on Extinction of Conditioned Hyperactivity
Conference: 2012 Science Research Symposium
Supported by: Science Executive Committee
Anthony Rauhut
Emily Margaret Staples Limited Environmental Enrichment Decreases the Sensitizing Effects but not Locomotor Effects of Methamphetamine in Swiss Webstar Mice
Conference: 2012 Science Research Symposium
Supported by: Science Executive Committee
Anthony Rauhut
Deana Maryann Vitrano Visualization in the Brain
Conference: 2012 Science Research Symposium
Supported by: Science Executive Committee
Jonathan Page
Deana Maryann Vitrano Imagination in the Brain
Conference: 2012 Science Research Symposium
Supported by: Science Executive Committee
Jonathan Page
Phung Tieu Vuong The effect of pro-neurotrophin/p75 receptor pathway on the recovery process after traumatic brain injury in C57BL/6J mice
Conference: 2012 Science Research Symposium
Supported by: Science Executive Committee

2011

Student NameProjectFaculty/Mentor
Victoria Lynn Bialecki Rauhut, A.S., & Bialecki, V*. (2011). Development and Persistence of Methamphetamine Conditioned Hyperactivity in Swiss-Webster Mice. Behavioural Pharmacology, 22, 228-238.
Meredith Rauhut
Sara Lettiere Boyer The Effects of VItamin D supplementation on Learning and memory of the day-old chick
Conference: 2011 Science Research Symposium
Supported by: Science Executive Committee
Teresa Barber
Melynda Dalzon NSF 085670 STEP Program at Dickinson College
Supported by: National Science Foundation
Number of Weeks: 8
Teresa Barber
Jessica Anne Derreth Morphological comparison of CO2-activated cells in the RTN region of the male and female mouse brainstem
Conference: 2011 Science Research Symposium
Supported by: Science Executive Committee
Mary Niblock
Neil Cyr Devoe Methamphetamine Sensitization Decreases Object Novelty
Conference: 2011 Science Research Symposium
Supported by: Science Executive Committee
Anthony Rauhut
Courtney Ann Fyock Increased Strategy Use is Associated with Subjective Memory Improvement Following Cognitive Rehab
Supported by: Emory University
Number of Weeks: 8
Angela Khadija Guy Brain and Spine Surgeons of New York
Supported by: Brain and Spine Surgeons of New York
Number of Weeks: 8
Nora Hajnoczky Mitochondria Fusion and Motility Dynamics
Supported by: Thomas Jefferson University
Number of Weeks: 9
Rosemarie Jeanne Healy Neural Pathway Differences in Wild-Type and Epileptic Mice
Conference: 2011 Science Research Symposium
Supported by: Science Executive Committee
Rosemarie Jeanne Healy Volume Changes in Ageing Mouse Hippocampus
Conference: 2011 Science Research Symposium
Supported by: Science Executive Committee
Marianne Hutt Morphological comparison of CO2-activated cells in the RTN region of the male and female mouse brainstem
Conference: 2011 Science Research Symposium
Supported by: Science Executive Committee
Mary Niblock
Ashley Lynne Kunkle Morphological comparison of CO2-activated cells in the RTN region of the male and female mouse brainstem
Conference: 2011 Science Research Symposium
Supported by: Science Executive Committee
Mary Niblock
Zhen Li The Relationship of Protein Kinase C and Nitric Oxide Signaling in Metamorphosis of Marine Gastropod Larvae, Crepidula fornicata
Conference: 2011 Science Research Symposium
Supported by: Science Executive Committee
Anthony Pires
Li-Yu Liu Exploring Cell Adhesion in Larval Metamorphosis of the Gastropod Crepidula fornicata
Conference: 2011 Science Research Symposium
Supported by: Science Executive Committee
Anthony Pires
Laura Edith Marino The Effect of Scopolamine and Colostrinin on Memory Formation in Day-Old Chicks
Conference: 2011 Science Research Symposium
Supported by: Science Executive Committee
Teresa Barber
Marleni Fabiola Milla A Methodology for Electronically Detecting Chronic Pain in Wistar Rats
Conference: 2011 Science Research Symposium
Supported by: Science Executive Committee
Jonathan Page,Teresa Barber
Gina Marie Norato A Methodology for Electronically Detecting Chronic Pain in Wistar Rats
Conference: 2011 Science Research Symposium
Supported by: Science Executive Committee
Jonathan Page,Teresa Barber
Alison Minty Riehm Effects of Caffeine and Stress on Chick Memory During Passive Avoidance Training
Conference: 2011 Science Research Symposium
Supported by: Science Executive Committee
Teresa Barber
Corban McGregor Sandoe Topical Application of PEDF Peptide Mimetics Prevents Vascular Leakage in Diabetic Retinopathy
Conference: 2011 Science Research Symposium
Supported by: Science Executive Committee
Alana Heather Shein Effects of apomorphine injections during passive avoidance training of day old chicks
Conference: 2011 Science Research Symposium
Supported by: Science Executive Committee
Teresa Barber
Ee Rah Sung Effect of D1 Receptor Antagonist on Extinction of Methamphetamine-Conditioned Hyperactivity
Conference: 2011 Science Research Symposium
Supported by: Science Executive Committee
Anthony Rauhut
Kelly Sue Wetzel Effect of Methamphetamine Sensitization on Consumption and Stimulant Properties of High Fructose Corn Syrup
Conference: 2011 Science Research Symposium
Supported by: Science Executive Committee
Anthony Rauhut
Andre O'Neil White Pre- and Post-Session Administration of Prazosin Attenuates Methamphetamine Conditioned Hyperactivity.
Conference: Annual Meeting of the Society for Neuroscience
Meredith Rauhut
Andre O'Neil White Pre- and post-session administration of prazosin disrupts development of methamphetamine conditioned hyperactivity and sensitization in mice
Conference: 2011 Science Research Symposium
Supported by: Science Executive Committee
Anthony Rauhut

2010

Student NameProjectFaculty/Mentor
Margaret Carmela Della Vecchia Effects of noradrenergic antagonists on the unconditioned and conditioned hyperactive responses to methamphetamine in mice
Conference: Faculty Interested in Undergraduate Neuroscience Poster Session - Society for Neuroscience Meeting
Supported by: R&D Kenderdine Travel Grant
Anthony Rauhut
Marleni Fabiola Milla Developing a Methodology to Electronically Measure Pain
Supported by: R&D Student Faculty Research Endowment Award
Number of Weeks: 8
Jonathan Page
Gina Marie Norato Developing a Methodology to Electronically Measure Pain
Supported by: R&D Student Faculty Research Endowment Award
Number of Weeks: 8
Teresa Barber
Andre O'Neil White Effects of noradrenergic antagonists on the unconditioned and conditioned hyperactive responses to methamphetamine in mice
Conference: Faculty Interested in Undergraduate Neuroscience Poster Session - Society for Neuroscience Meeting
Supported by: R&D Kenderdine Travel Grant
Anthony Rauhut

2009

Student NameProjectFaculty/Mentor
Cemre Eren Rats: Looking for Dinner
Conference: 2008 Rector Science Complex Dedication
Supported by: College Advancement
Kelly Marie Lohr Effects of Memantine on Reactivation of Memory Induced Amnesia in Day-Old Chicks
Conference: 2008 Rector Science Complex Dedication
Supported by: College Advancement
Lauren Patricia Solometo This is your Brain
Conference: 2008 Rector Science Complex Dedication
Supported by: College Advancement
Elizabeth Carney Thorsteinson This is Your Brain After a Traumatic Brain Injury.
Conference: 2008 Rector Science Complex Dedication
Supported by: College Advancement
James Pearce Van Meerbeke Listening to Neurons
Conference: 2008 Rector Science Complex Dedication
Supported by: College Advancement

2008

Student NameProjectFaculty/Mentor
Mark Nicholson Gilroy Impaired Observational Learning of a Food Acquisition Task in WKY rats
Conference: Annual Science Dinner
Supported by: Science Executive Committee
Anthony Rauhut
Mark Nicholson Gilroy Strain Differences in Distress Peeping Following Social Isolation.
Conference: Annual Science Dinner
Supported by: Science Executive Committee
Teresa Barber
Mark Nicholson Gilroy Effects of memantine on social-isolation induced distress peeps in day-old chicks.
Conference: Annual Meeting of the Eastern Psychological Association
Teresa Barber
Mark Nicholson Gilroy Fall 2006 Psychology 325 Research Class, & Teresa A. Barber. Effects of Memantine on Social-Isolation Induced Distress Peeps in Day-Old Chicks.
Conference: Annual Science Dinner
Supported by: Science Executive Committee
Teresa Barber
Mark Nicholson Gilroy Strain differences in distress peeping following social isolation.
Conference: Annual Meeting of the Eastern Psychological Association
Teresa Barber
Mark Nicholson Gilroy Strain differences in distress peeping following social isolation.
Conference: Eighth Annual Biology Student Research Symposium
Supported by: Biology Department
Teresa Barber
Mark Nicholson Gilroy Impaired observational learning of a food acquisition task in WKY rats.
Conference: Annual Meeting of the Eastern Psychological Association
Supported by: Psychology Department
Anthony Rauhut
Mark Nicholson Gilroy Impaired Observational Learning of a Food Acquisition Task in WKY rats
Conference: Eighth Annual Biology Student Research Symposium
Supported by: Biology Department
Teresa Barber,Anthony Rauhut
Mark Nicholson Gilroy Effects of memantine on social-isolation induced distress peeps in day-old chicks.
Conference: Eighth Annual Biology Student Research Symposium
Supported by: Biology Department
Teresa Barber
Ezequiel Leonardo Gleichgerrcht Effects of memantine on social-isolation induced distress peeps in day-old chicks.
Conference: Eighth Annual Biology Student Research Symposium
Supported by: Biology Department
Teresa Barber
Ezequiel Leonardo Gleichgerrcht The Fall 2006 Psychology 325 Research Class, & Teresa A. Barber. Strain Differences in Distress Peeping Following Social Isolation.
Conference: Annual Science Dinner
Supported by: Science Executive Committee
Teresa Barber
Ezequiel Leonardo Gleichgerrcht BEHAVIORAL DIFFERENCES IN C57BL6J AND 129S1/SVIMJ MICE: CONTRIBUTIONS OF THE CORPUS CALLOSUM
Conference: Undergrad Research at the Capitol
Supported by: Academic Affairs
Anthony Pires
Ezequiel Leonardo Gleichgerrcht Strain differences in distress peeping following social isolation.
Conference: Eighth Annual Biology Student Research Symposium
Supported by: Biology Department
Teresa Barber,Anthony Rauhut
Ezequiel Leonardo Gleichgerrcht Strain differences in distress peeping following social isolation.
Conference: Annual Meeting of the Eastern Psychological Association
Supported by: Neuroscience Department
Teresa Barber
Ezequiel Leonardo Gleichgerrcht Fall 2006 Psychology 325 Research Class, & Teresa A. Barber. Effects of Memantine on Social-Isolation Induced Distress Peeps in Day-Old Chicks.
Conference: Annual Science Dinner
Supported by: Science Executive Committee
Teresa Barber
Ezequiel Leonardo Gleichgerrcht Effects of memantine on social-isolation induced distress peeps in day-old chicks.
Conference: Annual Meeting of the Eastern Psychological Association
Teresa Barber
Megan K Haggarty Acetylcholine, Glutamate, and Learning in a Model of Alzheimer's Disease
Conference: Eighth Annual Biology Student Research Symposium
Supported by: Biology Department
Teresa Barber,Anthony Rauhut
Megan K Haggarty Acetylcholine, Glutamate, and Learning in a Model of Alzheimer's Disease
Conference: Annual Science Dinner
Supported by: Science Executive Committee
Teresa Barber
Melissa Lee Moreland BEHAVIORAL DIFFERENCES IN C57BL6J AND 129S1/SVIMJ MICE: CONTRIBUTIONS OF THE CORPUS CALLOSUM
Conference: Undergrad Research at the Capitol
Supported by: Academic Affairs
Anthony Pires
Whitney Erin Moyer BEHAVIORAL DIFFERENCES IN C57BL6J AND 129S1/SVIMJ MICE: CONTRIBUTIONS OF THE CORPUS CALLOSUM
Conference: Undergrad Research at the Capitol
Supported by: Academic Affairs
Anthony Pires
Leanne Elizabeth Simington Strain differences in distress peeping following social isolation.
Conference: Annual Meeting of the Eastern Psychological Association
Teresa Barber
Leanne Elizabeth Simington The Fall 2006 Psychology 325 Research Class, & Teresa A. Barber. Strain Differences in Distress Peeping Following Social Isolation.
Conference: Annual Science Dinner
Supported by: Science Executive Committee
Teresa Barber
Leanne Elizabeth Simington Fall 2006 Psychology 325 Research Class, & Teresa A. Barber. Effects of Memantine on Social-Isolation Induced Distress Peeps in Day-Old Chicks.
Conference: Annual Science Dinner
Supported by: Science Executive Committee
Teresa Barber
Leanne Elizabeth Simington Effects of memantine on social-isolation induced distress peeps in day-old chicks.
Conference: Eighth Annual Biology Student Research Symposium
Supported by: Biology Department
Teresa Barber
Leanne Elizabeth Simington Strain differences in distress peeping following social isolation.
Conference: Eighth Annual Biology Student Research Symposium
Supported by: Biology Department
Teresa Barber,Anthony Rauhut

2005

Student NameProjectFaculty/Mentor
Tiffany Nicole Kimbrough Effects of Bupropion on Acquisition and Expression of Nicotine-Conditioned Place Aversion in Rats
Conference: Society for Neuroscience Meeting
Supported by: Dickinson College
Anthony Rauhut
Kymberly Dawn Lewis-Young Effects of Bupropion on Acquisition and Expression of Nicotine-Conditioned Place Aversion in Rats
Conference: Society for Neuroscience Meeting
Supported by: Dickinson College
Anthony Rauhut