MIDB research staff at poster session

MIDB Research Staff Participate in MINDS Poster Session

A number of MIDB research staff presented at the June 13 MINDS (Minnesota Inclusive Neuroscience Development Scholars) Post-Baccalaureate and Research Technician Poster Session.

Top Poster awards were presented to:

  • Mia Kellman: Symptom severity in clinical trials for chronic tics: Stand-alone behavioral therapy vs. neuromodulation augmented therapy
  • Alana Lieske: Safety, tolerability, and feasibility of NIBS for mTBI in veterans with considerations for symptom exaggeration

Others who participated in the poster session include:

  • Jess Emerick, Hannah Shryer and Alexis Shuck: Neurobehavioral Development - Baby's First Years: An Overview
  • Dante Rogers: Prevalence, Function, and Underlying Sensory and Neurologic Features of Challenging Behaviors in Cardiofaciocutaneous Syndrome

Oral presentations were provided by:

  • Michaelle DiMaggio-Potter: Engaging in Creative Activities Improves Depressive Symptoms and Well-Being in Adolescents
  • Kerry Houlihan: Automated Detection of Eye Tics Using Machine-Learning: Proof of Concept
  • Aurora Green: Stress Hormones, Risk, and Resilience in Sexual Minority Emerging Adults: Pilot Results and Next Steps

The mission of the MINDS program is to promote diversity, equity, and inclusion in the field of neuroscience at an early career stage.

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