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 Brain Awareness Week Recap, 2011

MCW and the Neuroscience Research Center hosted the Milwaukee Chapter of the Society for Neuroscience on March 15, 2011, for a Brain Awareness Week event entitled "YOUR BRAIN: The Facts Behind the Headlines." The evening consisted of graduate student booths with presentations and hands-on demonstrations of neuroscience topics as well as three talks by MCW neuroscientists on newsworthy topics.


  


Amber Petersen and Audra Kramer from MCW play vision games with visitors
 


Joseph Fogerty from MCW gives a 2-point discrimination test
 


Andrew Karls and Dr. Jim Buchanan from Marquette show motor learning through the use of prism goggles
 


Marie-Elizabeth Barabas from MCW demonstrates the brain's connection to our senses
 


Jon Resch and Xiaoqian Liu from Marquette demonstrate how we distinguish the sense of touch by stimulating the forearm
 


Jonathan Hill from Marquette tests the crowds attention
 


Josh Brown from MCW exhibits some brain models for the crowd
 


Alexander Puckett and Andrew Salzwedel from MCW present brain mapping techniques
 


Dr. Frank Pintar beginning his talk on "Surviving a Bullet to the Head"
 


Dr. Jon Lehrmann presents on "Mental Illness in our Communities"

(Photos by Carolyn Tanner, PhD, MCW)

 MAA8 8th International Symposium on Memory and Awareness in Anesthesia, 2011

MAA8 Symposium Web Site

For additional information, contact Dr. Anthony Hudetz and include MAA8 in the subject line.
 

 Milwaukee Chapter of the Society for Neuroscience 2011 Annual Meeting

Poster Presentation Winners
 

Undergraduate
 

Oliver Vranjkovic

P9. The Role of the Beta 2 Noradrenergic Receptor in Reinstatement of Extinguished Cocaine-Induced Place Preference.
Vranjkovic, O., Weyer, A., Hang, S., Caretta, H., and Mantsch, J.R.
Marquette University – Biomedical Sciences


Graduate
 

Evan Graf

P4. Corticosterone-Induced Potentiation of Cocaine-Seeking Behavior: A possible Role for Organic Cation Transporter 3 (OCTS).
Graf, E.N., Vranjovic, O., Nothem, A., Mantsch, J., and Gasser, P.
Marquette University – Biomedical Sciences

Ling Zhong

P15. Phosphorylation of neurogranin fine-tunes LTP expression.
Zhong, L., Kaleka, K., and Gerges, N.Z.
Medical College of Wisconsin – Cell Biology, Neurobiology and Anatomy

Daneille Reitsma

P21. Functional Reorganization in Visual Cortex with Central Pathology.
Reitsma, D.C.1, Maciejeski, M.J., Szeder, V., Ulmer, J.L.1, Mueller, W.M.2, Remler, B.F.3, and DeYoe, E.A.1
Medical College of Wisconsin – Radiology1, Neurosurgery2, Neurology3

James M. Otis

P45. Noradrenergic β-receptor activation within the prelimbic medial prefrontal cortex is necessary for retrieval of a cocaine-induced conditioned place preference.
Otis, J.M., Dashew, K.B., and Mueller, D.
UWM – Psychology


Postdoc
 

Catherine Kaczorowski

P3. Novel role of TRPC3 channels in neurotrophin-induced plasticity, hippocampal neuronal excitability and memory.
Kaczorowski, C.C., Chong, J.A., Del Camino, D., Lacey, V., Abramowitz, J., Birnbaumer, L., and Tryba, A.K.
Medical College of Wisconsin – Physiology

Elizabeth Sabens

P10. Levodopa Activates Apoptosis Signaling Kinase 1 and Promotes Apoptosis in a Neuronal Model: Implications for the Treatment of Parkinson’s Disease.
Sabens, E.A. and Mieyal, J.J.
Case Western Reserve University School of Medicine – Pharmacology


 

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