New Publication: Jonathan Lee is a co-author

Undergraduate student Jonathan Lee is a coauthor on this article in the journal Neurobiology of Learning and Memory: Kwapis, J.L., Jarome, T.J., Lee, J.L., Gilmartin, M.R. & Helmstetter, F.J. (2014) “Extinguishing Trace Fear Engages the Retrosplenial Cortex rather than the Amygdala.” Neurobiology of Learning & Memory,113:41-54.  Check out other recent articles on our Publications page.

New Publication: Student Lianna Hawi is co-author

Engineering senior Lianna Hawi contributed to Jahanian, Omid, Alyssa J. Schnorenberg, Lianna Hawi, and Brooke A. Slavens, “Upper Extremity Joint Dynamics and Electromyography (EMG) during Standard and Geared Manual Wheelchair Propulsion,” presented at American Society of Biomechanics 2015.  There is a link on our Publications page.

Julia Alba to Present at Spina Bifida Third World Congress

Senior Biomedical Sciences student Julia Alba received an Undergraduate Research Travel award to present results of a project focused on assessing Spina Bifida anthropometric measurements at the Spina Bifida Third World Congress in San Diego in March.  Julia is advised by Michele Polfuss, Assistant Professor in the College of Nursing.

New Publication: Jonathan Lee is co-author

Fred Helmstetter (Psychology) sent over this recent publication that included undergraduate Jonathan Lee as a co-author: Kwapis, J.L., Jarome, T.J., Lee, J.L. & Helmstetter, F.J., “The Retrosplenial Cortex Is Involved in the Formation of Memory for Context and Trace Fear Conditioning. Neurobiology of Learning and Memory, 123 (2015):110-116.