Congratulations to the 2023 Graduate Research Symposium winners
- Archana Mannem: Marketing, "Carbon labeling and its implications on consumer behavior"
- Andrew Montano: Music, "Super Mario Bros.: a musical and psychological analysis"
- Christine Thacker: Theatre & Dance, "The case for sightless somatic ballet study"
- Gabriel DeLong: Counseling Psychology, "The category is...body: a culture-specific BID intervention program for Black gay cismen"
- Hosanna Fukuzawa: Social Work, "The Ainu, psychiatry, and eugenics"
- Adam Martin: Kinesiology, Health & Sport Studies, "Effects of a ketogenic diet intervention in a masters-level marathoner: a case study"
- Furkan Cakmak: Civil Engineering, "Michigan's problem: bridge deck fascia deterioration"
- Benjamin Chapman: Music, "Organicism in twenty-first century composition"
- Annie Nguyen: Translational Neuroscience, "Gestational benzene exposure increases neuroinflammatory susceptibility in murine male offspring"
- 1st Place: David Moutard, Physics & Astronomy, "Unveiling accretion in ultra-compact X-ray binaries with NICER and NuSTAR"
- 2nd place: Yi Tian Yap, Physiology, "Targeting the MEIG1/PACRG interaction for male contraception"
- 3rd place: Rayane Dennaoui, Oncology, "Cooperative functions of cytokine signaling through JAK1 and JAK2 in orchestrating postnatal mammary"
- 1st place: Mohamed Dabaja, Biological Sciences, "Sensory neurons and insulin signaling modulate oogenesis and fertilization in C. elegans"
- 2nd place: Grant LeVasseur, Psychiatry & Behavioral Neuroscience, "Stress and naloxone-precipitated morphine withdrawal effects on conditioned fear learning in rats"
- 3rd place: Franziska Loetzner, Kinesiology, Health & Sport Studies, "Examination of reported quality of life following a one-year longitudinal health intervention"
- 1st place: Solomon Effah, Chemistry, "Computational investigation of the photo-physical properties of cytidine analogue of perylene"
- 2nd place: Bedan Khanal, Civil Engineering, "Safety assessment of suburban type arterial roadways: new findings using heterogeneity models"
- 3rd place: Ashley Pall, Pharmacy, "Characterization of the biophysical properties of iron chelating drugs and applications in treating"
Three-Minute Thesis Competition
- 1st place: Nicholas Adzibolosu, Physiology, "Developing personalized medicine for ovarian cancer"
- 2nd place: Taylor Takla, Translational Neuroscience, "The relation of the brain to motor and cognitive factors in fear of falling"
- 3rd place: Alixandria Mascarin, Translational Neuroscience, "Addiction memories drive drug relapse"