CTNT Annual Symposium
6th CTNT Annual Symposium - April 19, 2022
"Neuroplasticity in clinical disorders - from chronic pain to neurodegenerative diseases"-
the 6th Annual Symposium by the
Center of Excellence for Translational Neuroscience and Therapeutics (CTNT) and Garrison Institute on Aging (GIA).
The Annual CTNT Symposium Event with Distinguished Keynote Speaker and ADK Lecturer:
Walter Koroshetz, M.D., Director, National Institute of Neurological Disorders and Stroke (NINDS) | National
Institutes of Health was held on Tuesday, April 19th. Introductory remarks began
at 11:30 AM, with additional talks given by CTNT members. A poster session took place
at this event and 6 monetary awards were presented to those with the to the best poster
presentation in each of the content categories for each training category. Congratulations
to all the winners listed below:
Basic Science Category:
- Undergraduate/Medical Student: Yuma Ortiz
- Graduate Student: Peyton Presto
- Post Graduate: Henry Blanton, Ph.D.
- Undergraduate/Medical Student: Rebecca Hall
- Graduate Student: Daniel De Simon
- Post Graduate: Hatice Kurt, Ph.D.
Thank you to everyone who attended and participated in this year's event. We greatly appreciate all CTNT collaborative research presenters, poster presenters, and judges who made this event exceptional. A special thank you to Dr. Walter Koroshetz, our Keynote Speaker for his wonderful talk and taking time to come and visit our campus, students, trainees, and faculty!