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2016 CTNT Symposium

 

On behalf of the Center of Excellence for Translational Neuroscience and Therapeutics (CTNT), thank you to those of you who participated in the Inaugural Meeting of our new Center on April 21st, 2016.  Your presence and enthusiasm helped to make this event a great success.

We hope that you found the meeting informative and stimulating.  The primary goal of this meeting was to bring together faculty and trainees from basic science and clinical disciplines to inform and learn about the missions and goals of our Center, as well as opportunities for collaborative translational research and scholarship.

We would like to give a special thanks to Drs. Steven Berk, P. Michael Conn, Tom Tenner, our key note speaker Dr. Jeff Conn and all CTNT Collaborative Research Presenters, poster judges and poster presenters.  Your participation was very valuable and contributed critically to the success of the event. All poster presentations were of excellent quality.  Congratulations to the award winners in this year's poster session!
Basic Science - Graduate/Undergraduate                                                   Clinical - Graduate/Undergraduate
David Curtis                                                                                                           Chanaka Kahathuduwa

Basic Science - Medical Student                                                                     Clinical - Medical Student
Jeremy Thompson                                                                                                Hyunyoung Kim

Basic Science - Postgraduate (Postdoc/Resident)                                    Clinical - Postgraduate (Postdoc/Resident)
Ramesh Kandimalla                                                                                            Byungkwan Hwang

Thank you again for your attendance and participation in the 1st Annual CTNT Meeting.  We look forward to continue research scholarly interactions and hope you will participate again in our next meeting in a year's time.

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