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Congratulations, Dr. Holly Kinder!

Holly Kinder is now a Doctor of Philosophy in Neuroscience after successfully defending her thesis entitled, “Preclinical Characterization of Traumatic Brain Injury Pathophysiology and Associated Functional Outcomes”. Go Dr. Kinder!
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Introducing… Dr. Emily Baker!

 Congratulations, Emily Baker on successfully defending her thesis entitled, “Preclinical Development of a Neural Stem Cell Therapy for Stroke and Traumatic Brain Injury”. Emily is now a Doctor of Philosophy in Neuroscience. We are all so proud of you!
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Congratulations, Vivian!

Vivian Lau graduated and is now a Master of Comparative Biomedical Science, adding to her list of accomplishments including her DVM! Her thesis was entitled: Effects of Human Induced Pluripotent Stem Cell-Derived Neural Progenitor Cells on Functional Outcome in a Porcine Ischemic Stroke Model.
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Madelaine to Present at Neuroscience 2017

Madelaine Wendzik’s abstract “Characterization of traumatic brain injury utilizing non-invasive magnetic resonance imaging and histological assessment in a piglet model” has been accepted for a traditional poster presentation at Neuroscience 2017, taking place in Washington, DC, November 11-15.
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