CAS Poster Session
On Thursday, April 21, the Center of Alcohol and Substance Use Studies hosted a poster session, featuring the following:
Animal and Basic Experimental (Undergraduate)
Among Kudva Fiza presented a poster on Elevated ethanol intake in mice with altered Drd4 expression and self-pairing social interaction.
Clinical Qualitative & Quantitative
Sneha Varghese presented a poster on Pharmaco-Informatic Genetic of Alzheimer’s Disease: The role of oxidative stress.
Clinical Qualitative & Quantitative (Post-doctoral)
Julianne Price presented a poster on Identifying individuals best suited for neurocardiac interventions in substance use treatment.
Human Experimental (Undergraduate)
Zarif Ladak presented a poster on Family history and binge drinking may reduce sensitivity to alcohol.
Human Experimental (Graduate)
Jacqueline Smith presented a poster on Characterizing contextual factors associated with medial cannabis oil.
Human Experimental (Post-doctoral)
Kathryn Biernacki presented a poster on How do stress and cravings interact in opioid use disorder? Determining sensitization effects in the locus coeruleur-norepinephrive system in humans.
In addition, the John A. Carpenter Award for Outstanding Undergraduate Studies was presented to Aman Matthews for work on the topic A mouse model for alcohol drinking ad gene expression analysis: a computational approach.
The Joseph M. Russell award was presented to Nicholas Allred and William Bejarano, as described in a separate news post.
More photos of the event are available in the CAS Gallery.