We're taking this show on the road! That's right-- this November, you'll have the chance to learn about all of the great research we've been doing at not one, but two conferences!
To all of our neuroscience friends, we hope that we will see you at the Society for Neuroscience Annual Meeting this year from November 3-7 in San Diego, CA! PI Karen Mesce and Ph.D. Candidate Morgan Newhoff will both be in attendance and presenting posters on their work! If you're at SFN this year, please stop by the poster hall on Sunday the 4th and say "hi!" Full poster citations are below:
Newhoff M, Smith C, Ebbini E, Mesce KA. 2018. Low intensity ultrasound reversibly inhibits single neuron firing in a tractable invertebrate model.
Mesce KA, Bigelow AW, Puhl JG. 2018. Reorganization of proprioceptive inputs facilitates locomotor recovery after injury to the CNS.
And if you're more on the entomology side of the spectrum, we look forward to seeing you at the Entomological Society of America Annual Meeting from November 11-14 in Vancouver, BC! Ph.D. Candidate Anthony Auletta will also be there, and will present a poster on his dissertation research. Come learn more about it in the poster session on Monday the 12th! His full poster citation is below:
Auletta A, Mesce KA. 2018. A window into the past: evidence for an ancient tripartite dopaminergic, adrenergic, and octopaminergic signaling system in the Chelicerata.
In addition, Anthony will also be participating in the ESA Student Debates this year, alongside fellow entomology graduate students Anh Tran, Edwin Benkert, and Dylan Tussey. Their debate will take place on Tuesday the 13th at 3:00pm. Come by and cheer on their team!