Research Week 2016 Features Nearly 500 Oral and Poster Presentations
Approximately 500 participants, including faculty, undergraduate and graduate students, post-docs, participated in the Research Symposium 2016. Overall winners are listed below.
The Modern Mother: Redefining Race and Age in Contemporary Motherhood
Tahirah Nall - Undergraduate Student - Oral Presentation
Politics of Space in Superman Comics
Joel Rhone - Undergraduate Student - Oral Presentation
Women's Evolving Roles in Dystopian Literature
Clara-Grazia Romeo - Undergraduate Student - Oral Presentation
Gender Specific Emotional Trajectories: A Linguistic Analysis of Written Trauma Narratives
Jennifer Myers - Graduate Student - Oral Presentation
Malnutrition among Minority Women with Breast Cancer
Alfreda Woods - Graduate Student - Oral Presentation
A Caged Voice: The Battle Between Public Employees & Free Speech
Thais Ridgeway - Professional Student - Oral Presentation
Palatable Food Intake May Correlate with Renal Orexin Receptor-1 Expression in a Rodent Model of Binge Eating
Allison Hester - Post Doc/Resident/Fellow/Research Associate - Poster Presentation
The evaluation of Syncope in a Predominantly Black Population: Focus on Neuroimaging
Delamo Bekele - Post Doc/Resident/Fellow/Research Associate - Poster Presentation
Improving Antiviral Activity of 1E7-03, an Ebola Virus Inhibitory Small Molecule, that Targets Protein Phosphatase-1
Amol Kulkarni - Junior Faculty/ Lecturer/ Instructor - Poster Presentation
Is Hear Transplantation a No-brainer?
Assya Pascalev - Senior Faculty - Oral Presentation
For a complete list of winners, please visit http://researchweek.howard.edu/public/documents/Research-Symposium-Winners-2016.pdf.
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