ING Attends 2022 Annual Meeting of the Society of Neurosciences in San Diego, CA

November 11, 2022 Written by Wendy Feller

Several of our Interdisciplinary Neuroscience Graduate students will be presenting research at the annual meeting of the Society of Neurosciences, November 12-16, 2022. This event features “scientists from around the world congregating to discover new ideas, share their research, and experience the best the field has to offer.” Our selected students will join over half a million neuroscientists in the opportunity to share their work.

The Interdisciplinary Neuroscience Graduate program at the University of Delaware is also pleased to announce we will be attending the Graduate Student Fair on Monday, November 14 and Tuesday, November 15 from 12-2pm. This part of the annual meeting of the Society of Neurosciences brings together students, advisors and programs to connect, learn, and engage with each other. For more information, please visit their website.

Congratulations to the following list of students, who will be presenting their research. (listed with affiliated presentation information)


Poster Title

Christyana Kawar

Characterizing ultrasonic vocalizations of Piezo2-deficient mice during group interaction

John Stout

Harnessing endogenous neural synchrony through brain machine interfacing

Elise Lemanski

In Utero Response to Prenatal Infection of a Novel Rat-Adapted Virus

Ian Smith

Reduced oligodendrocyte-related gene expression and epigenetic markers in mPFC and corpus callosum in a rodent model of third trimester alcohol exposure

Devashish Pande

Evaluating mate-selection preferences of individual mice during courtship

Claudia Collins

Examining the developmental trajectory of mouse ultrasonic vocal emission

Taylor Campbell

Stress and the epigenome: A role for behavioral interventions

Yichong Ma

Sex differences in the acoustic directionality of mouse ultrasonic vocalizations

Mary Beth Bielicki

Effects of prenatal maternal immune activation with lipopolysaccharide on neonatal reflex behaviors, maternal care, and neural development in rats

Nicholas Collins

Developmental predator odor experience and its epigenetic effect on innate fear

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