Dr. Lori McGrew, associate professor in the Department of Biology, recently attended the Society for Neuroscience’s annual meeting in Chicago held October 17-21 along with students Alyson Singh, Kelli Boone and Abby Murphy. This annual meeting provides the world’s largest forum for neuroscientists to debut research and network with colleagues from around the world. The attendance at Neuroscience 2009, SfN’s 39th annual meeting, topped more than 30,500. At the meeting McGrew presented a poster titled “Using Case Studies to Teach Neuroscience” while the students presented a poster on their Summer Scholar Community research titled “The Effects of Serotonin and Nicotine Treatment on Working Memory in Zebrafish.”
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