CSRN Research Retreat
Friday, May 29, 2009
The award winners from the annual CSRN Research Retreat were announced by Dr. Allan Pack at the reception following the Retreat on Friday, May 29.
Winner for Best Poster in Basic Science Research
Julie Seibt, et al
"Transcription and translation regulation during sleep-dependent cortical plasticity"
Winner for Best Poster in Clinical/Translational Research
Leigh-Anne Tu, et al
"Investigating the neural correlates of lapses after sleep deprivation in a test of selective attention"
Winner for Best Talk in Basic Science Research
"The role of glia-derived adenosine in deficits in hippocampal synaptic plasticity induced by sleep deprivation"
Winner for Best Talk in Clinical/Translational Research
"Genioglossus activity in obese, non-snoring adolescents during sleep"