Congratulations to our recent thesis defenders!

Originally published Summer 2009.

Jun Liu – May 26 – “Ferritin as a Transgenic MRI Reporter in Embryonic Stem cells” (Anthony Chan lab)
Zoe Donaldson – May 21 – “Exploring the neurogenetics of sociality: creation of models to assess the functional role of V1a receptor diversity” (Larry Young lab)
Gus Davis – May 14 – M1 Muscarinic Acetylcholine Receptor Signaling and Regulation of Amyloid Precursor Protein Processing (Jim Lah/Allan Levey lab)
Rayna Bauzo – April 23 – Role of Glutamate on Dopamine Neurochemistry and the Behavioral Pharmacology of Cocaine (Leonard Howell lab)
Liliya Iskhakova – April 13 – Microcircuitry of Group III Metabotropic Glutamate Receptors (mGluRs) in the Mouse Striatum (Yoland Smith lab)
Sarah Ewing Corcoran – April 3 – Early Life Stress, HPA Axis Function and Sensitivity to Psychomotor Stimulants in Nonhuman Primates (Leonard Howell lab)
Heather Ross – March 30 – Oxytocin and Affiliative Behavior in Prairie Voles (Larry Young Lab)
Elizabeth Martin – February 12 – Corticotropin-Releasing Factor Overexpression in the Central Amygdala: Gene Expression, HPA Axis Function and Behavior. (Charles Nemeroff lab)

We apologize for these omissions in the last issue:
Kroshona Tabb – Sept 19, 2008 – A Rat Model of Depression and Epilepsy Co-morbidity (David Weinshenker lab)
Jennifer Caldwell Wilhelm – Oct. 8, 2008 – The GABAA receptor is a critical part of the sensing machinery that triggers homeostatic plasticity of synaptic strength and intrinsic excitability (Pete Wenner lab)


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