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School of Neuroscience Research Exhibition

The favor enhancer maltol induces thyroid hormone-like changes in cellular and anatomical attributes in the developing tadpole brain. By: Alexa Figueroa Baiges

On April 27, 2018, the Virginia Tech School of Neuroscience kicked off its inaugural Research Exhibit, a poster presentation platform for undergraduate research students in the Neuroscience and related programs.  Fourteen students presented at the event, showcasing research topics spanning such subjects as treatment methods for acquired epilepsy, Foxp3 expression, ADHD and EEG predictions in college students, and the investigation of glioma-vascular interactions.   Fellow students, faculty mentors, and research associates were in attendance for what was a first-time experience for many undergraduate student researchers.  The School of Neuroscience Research Exhibit will be a staple of research during the academic year, with one event occurring at the end of each semester.  

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