2019 Schedule

2019 CBBRe Symposium Program of Events

Freedom Forum, Al Neuharth Media Center, USD Campus

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Thursday, August 15th

8:30am

Registration and Breakfast

9:00am

Welcome and Opening Remarks:  President Sheila Gestring, University of South Dakota

9:15am

Mary Cain, PhD Kansas State University

The impact of the early rearing environment on glutamate and drug-taking behavior

10:30am

Break

10:45am

BreAnne Danzi, PhD, Psychology, University of South Dakota

Understanding children’s responses to traumatic stress: Why developmentally sensitive assessment matters for researchers

11:15am

Rick Wang, PhD, Chemistry, University of South Dakota

Nanostructured metal-organic supercontainers as a new therapeutic approach to treat methamphetamine addiction

11:45am

Lunch

1:00pm

Jay Memmott, PhD, Social Work, University of South Dakota

Best practices in the diagnosis and treatment of Dissociative Identity Disorder

1:30pm

Gregg Henriques, PhD, James Madison University

Theory of knowledge

2:45pm

Break

3-5pm

Poster Session & Poster Awards

5:30pm

Evening Reception and Social – Red Steakhouse, Main Street Vermillion

 

Friday, August 16th

8:30am

Breakfast

9:00am

Julie Kauer, PhD, Stanford University

Acute stress and synaptic plasticity in the brain reward pathway

10:15am

Data Blitz- Emily Kalantar, Psychology (Berghoff Lab)

Relation of experiential avoidance, depression symptoms, and emotional reactivity to a distressing laboratory task in the context of inpatient substance use patients

10:30am

Data Blitz- Neeraj Tiwari, Basic Biomedical Sciences (Sathyanesan Lab)

Treating depression: Targeting mood and memory

10:45am

Data Blitz- Christa Huber, Basic Biomedical Sciences (H. Wang Lab)

Treating Alzheimer's Disease with NSC-derived exosomes

11:00am

Data Blitz- Eric Sandhurst, Biomedical Engineering (Engebretson Lab)

Multifunctional biodegradable porous microspheres to act as a delivery platform and three-dimensional model for neurological disease

11:15am

Data Blitz- Elle Anderson, Basic Biomedical Sciences (Francis Lab)

The role of sterol homeostasis in mediating membrane curvature: implications for trafficking deficits within cholesterol synthesis disorders

11:30am

Lunch and Poster Viewing

12:45pm

Matthew Tull, PhD University of Toledo

Understanding the relation between PTSD and substance use disorders from an emotion regulation perspective

2:00pm

Arielle Deutsch, PhD Sanford Research

Punch-drunk or drunken boxing? A behavior genetic examination of shared etiologies between fighting during drinking episodes, alcohol use, and physical altercations

2:30pm

Concluding Remarks and Poster Take-Down

 

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