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This year marked our first meeting and social held on-site at the 2017 Society for Neuroscience Meeting. Our keynote speaker, Professor Bruce S. McEwen from Rockefeller University, delivered an impeccable  presentation titled “The Rise of Epigenetics: Hormones and the Hippocampus. Breaking Down Silos of Knowledge and Practice.

We also recognized recipients of our various awards and discussed ideas for the 2018-2019 Annual Theme. Congratulations!

  • Chapter of the Year
    • The Ohio State University (Epsilon in Ohio)
  • Outstanding Member of the Year
    • Jordan Gaines-Lewis, Ph.D.
  • Chapter Activity Grants
    • Lake Forest College
    • Northeastern University
    • University of Arizona
  • Regional Best Poster Award
    • Marie Cronin
      • College of the Holy Cross – (NEURON at Quinnipiac University)
    • Kristen Pitts
      • Kenyon College – (mGluRs at Ohio Wesleyan University)
    • Sarah Philippi
      • University of WI-Milwaukee – (MidBrains at University of St. Thomas)
  • Undergraduate Research Grants
    • Lindsey Chew
      • University of Arizona
    • Megan Haney
      • Tulane University
    • Vasielios Kreouzis
      • Northeastern University
  • 2017 Andrew G. Mickley Grant
    • Kyla Moutenot
      • Drew University
  • Travel Awards
    • Robert Candia
      • Drew University
    • Brock Carlson
      • St. Olaf College
    • Elena Coley
      • Northeastern University
    • Camila Demaestri
      • Northeastern University
    • Sarah DuFresne
      • University of Evansville
    • Jon Whear
      • St. Olaf College

Please join us at the 2018 Society for Neuroscience Meeting in San Diego, CA! Event information to be announced.

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