DSU Excel in Neuroscience Symposium Poster Competition

A DSU post doctorate student, a Ph.D. candidate and an undergraduate recently made their mark  at the 8th annual Neuroscience Symposium and Poster Session, from which they brought back research                Karla Sanchez poster competition awards to Delaware State University. Joseph Lombardo, a DSU neuroscience post doctorate from Torino, Italy, won first place in the post doctoral/research assistant category for his poster entitled “Prolonged Spinal Network Activation Induces Adaptive Alterations in Spinal Motoneuron Intrinsic Excitability.” Karla Sanchez, a neuroscience PhD candidate from Bowie, Md., took second place in the graduate division for her poster “Astrocyte Neuron Interactions in Synchronous Bursting Behavior.”                Xenia Davis Xenia Davis, a sophomore biological science major from Wilmington, Del., won the third place award in the undergraduate division with her poster “Synergistic Damage of Commercially…


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