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Student Competition Finalists 2015


The Top highest-scoring student abstract submissions will be featured as the finalists in the Student Competition and displayed for the duration of the conference.  The Student Competition finalists will receive their  final judging onsite at the conference during their assigned session.  Scores will be tabulated to determine the winners of the competition. In the event of a tie, judges will refer to the original scores for the tiebreaker.  All judges decisions ae final. All poster finalists will receive a certificate and be recognized onstage as part of the Student Competition Awards Ceremony.

The Student Competition Finalists for Neurotrauma 2015 are:


10359 T1-01 6/29/2015 3:00 PM Early Hindlimb Unloading Produces Chronic Biomechanical, Physiological and Molecular Signatures of Maladaptive Plasticity in SCI Brain and Spinal Injury Center (BASIC), UCSF Kazuhito Morioka
10055 T1-02 6/29/2015 3:15 PM Dendritic morphology and neurotransmitter type of thoracic descending propriospinal neurons in sham, axotomy, and GDNF treatment Indiana University Lingxiao Deng
10075 T1-03 6/29/2015 3:30 PM Computational Modeling and Validation of Brain Deformation in Human Volunteers with Relevance to Traumatic Brain Injury Johns Hopkins University Shailesh Ganpule
10270 T1-04 6/29/2015 3:45 PM Adolescent Brain Injury Induces Chronic Mesolimbic Neuroinflammation that Coincides with Enhanced Addiction-Like Behavior in Mice Temple University School of Medicine Steven Merkel
10041 T1-05 6/29/2015 4:00 PM Cognitive Deficits Develop 30d after TBI and are Exaggerated by Microglia-Associated Reactivity to Peripheral Immune Challenge The Ohio State University Megan Muccigrosso
10146 T1-06 6/29/2015 3:00 PM Genetic and Pharmacological Modulation of Trigeminal Pain Molecules in a Model of Traumatic Brain Injury Thomas Jefferson University Brittany Daiutolo
10291 T1-07 6/29/2015 3:15 PM Level-specific optimization of cellular intervention in spinal cord injury - a new paradigm. Toronto Western Research Institute James Hong
10124 T1-08 6/29/2015 3:30 PM ketogenic diet decreases oxidative stress and improves mitochondrial respiratory complex activity UCLA Tiffany Greco
10230 T1-09 6/29/2015 3:45 PM Experimental diffuse traumatic brain injury increases astrocyte-secreted thrombospondin-1 in the thalamus University of Arizona Sarah Ogle
10295 T1-10 6/29/2015 4:00 PM Perioperative hypertension predicts worse functional recovery following thoracic spinal cord injury in rats University of California San Francisco Jessica Nielson
10145 T1-11 6/29/2015 3:00 PM Kinases regulating glutamate transporters are differentially activated after lateral fluid percussion University of Cincinnati Jennifer McGuire
10066 T1-12 6/29/2015 3:15 PM Adipose stromal vascular fraction cell treatment mitigates increased cerebrovascular permeability after traumatic brain injury University of Louisville Nino Muradashvili
10317 T1-13 6/29/2015 3:30 PM Neuronal Plasmalemmal Permeability/Dendritic Beading in the Hippocampus Following Diffuse Brain Injury in Swine University of Pennsylvania James Harris
10264 T1-14 6/29/2015 3:45 PM COMT and ANKK1 Genetics Interact With Depression To Influence Behavior Following Moderate/Severe TBI University of Pittsburgh John Myrga
10176 T1-15 6/29/2015 4:00 PM Delayed and abbreviated environmental enrichment after experimental traumatic brain injury increases hippocampal neurogenesis University of Pittsburgh Naima Lajud Avila
10097 T1-16 6/29/2015 3:00 PM Depressive symptoms alter amygdala connectivity in traumatic brain injury University of Texas at Dallas Kihwan Han
10125 T1-17 6/29/2015 3:15 PM Slowed Callosal Function in TBI Linked to Impaired White Matter Integrity USC Keck School of Medicine Emily Dennis
10063 T1-18 6/29/2015 3:30 PM Intranasal Insulin Treatment of Traumatic Brain Injury: effects on memory and cerebral metabolism USUHS Fiona Brabazon
10084 T1-19 6/29/2015 3:45 PM The role of the ATP-sensitive potassium channel in the vascular dysfunction associated with repetitive mild traumatic brain injury Virginia Commonwealth University Masaki Todani
10060 T1-20 6/29/2015 4:00 PM Advanced Diffusion MRI-based Radiological-Pathological Correlations in Chronic Traumatic Encephalopathy Washington University St. Louis Laurena Holleran