CBI Research Day

CBI Research Day
March 10, 2022 | 8:30AM-6:00PM
Pomerene Hall Ideation Zone

Join researchers, clinicians, and trainees to share, discuss, and connect at the annual CBI Research Day. This flagship scientific event for brain injury research features invited and local speakers, poster presentations, and updates on program and pilot projects. We invite all Ohio State faculty, staff, and students to attend. CME credits are available.

Abstract submission is now CLOSED. Registration remains open through March 9 for virtual attendance only. To register or submit an abstract, please click the link below. All accepted abstracts will present a poster, and all posters will be judged. Undergraduate students, graduate students, and postdocs will be judged separately. Top abstracts will be selected for a lightning talk (5 minutes with slides). Invitations for lightning talks will be sent by February 24, 2022.

KEYNOTE: Malú Gámez Tansey, PhD

Professor of Neuroscience and Neurology
Co-Director, Center for Translational Research in Neurodegenerative Disease
Co-Director, Parkinson's Foundation Research Center
University of Florida

Learn more about Dr. Gámez Tansey

SPOTLIGHT: TERRY FULMER, PHD, RN, FAAN

President
John A. Hartford Foundation

Learn more about Dr. Fulmer

SPOTLIGHT: MICHAEL ALOSCO, PHD

Associate Professor, Neurology
Lead Investigator, CTE Center
Boston University

Learn more about Dr. Alosco

SPOTLIGHT: RUTH BARRIENTOS, PHD

Associate Professor, Department of Psychiatry and Behavioral Health

LEARN MORE ABOUT DR. BARRIENTOS

CONFERENCE DETAILS

CBI RESEARCH DAY 2022 SCHEDULE
MARCH 10, 2022 | 8:30AM-6:00PM

WELCOME & OPENING REMARKS
8:30AM-9:00AM
Ideation Zone

Jonathan Godbout, PhD
Faculty Director, Chronic Brain Injury Program

Michael Kelvington, MPA, MS
Professor, Military Sciences

SPOTLIGHT TALKS
9:00AM-11:15AM
Ideation Zone

9:00AM
Michael Alosco, PhD
Lead Investigator, Boston University CTE Center
moderated by Jasmeet Hayes, PhD

9:45AM
Ruth Barrientos, PhD
Associate Professor, Psychiatry & Behavioral Health, Ohio State
moderated by Jon Godbout, PhD

10:35AM
Terry Fulmer, PhD, RN, FAAN
President, John A. Hartford Foundation
moderated by Karen Rose, PhD, MS, RN, FGSA, FAAN

LUNCH
11:15AM-12:00PM

KEYNOTE ADDRESS
12:00PM-1:00PM
Ideation Zone

Malu Gamez Tansey, PhD
Professor, Neuroscience & Neurology, University of Florida

BREAKOUT 1
1:00PM-1:45PM
CHOOSE A OR B

A. Trainee Talks Part 1 (Ideation Zone)

Sleep Fragmentation Following Traumatic Brain Injury Induces Sub-Acute Behavioral Deficits and Transcriptional Changes at Chronic Time Points
Sam Houle (Kokiko-Cochran Lab)

Daily Cognitive Activities and Post-Concussion Symptoms among Children with Concussion
Nikhil Desai (Yang Lab)

Partial least squares regression analysis of Alzheimer's disease biomarkers, modifiable health variables, and longitudinal cognition in older adults with Mild Cognitive Impairment
Jessica Stark (S. Hayes Lab)

Measuring Cognitive Activity Workload in Children with Concussion Using a Non-Contact MagnetoCardioGraphy (MCG) Wearable Sensor
Keren Zhu (Kiourti Lab)

Assessing Stroke-Induced Neuromuscular Decline in the Context of Aging
Maria Balch (Arnold Lab)

B. Inclusive Mentorship (Pomerene 301)

Sara Childers, PhD
Director of Strategic Diversity Planning, Training, and Assessment
Ohio State's Office of Diversity & Inclusion

Candice Askwith, PhD
Associate Professor, Neuroscience

BREAKOUT 2
2:00PM-2:45PM

A. Trainee Talks Part 2 (Ideation Zone)

Increased CSF amyloid levels following TBI are associated with confrontation naming performance
Erica Howard (J. Hayes Lab)

Caloric Restriction has Differential Effects on Risky Decision Making, Impulsivity, and Motivation after Brain Injury
Jenna McCloskey (Vonder Haar & Martens Labs)

Galantamine Treatment Does Not Improve Liver Pathology and Worsens Intraspinal Inflammation after SCI
Yonaida Valentine (McTigue & Popovich Labs)

Increased Periaqueductal Gray Activation and Pain Unpleasantness in People with Alzheimer's Disease
Alison Anderson, PhD (Rose Lab)

Neural implications of the first season of tackle football
Patricia Stefancin, MSc (Saygin Lab)

B. Clinical Research Recruitment (Pomerene 301)

Mary Becker
Program Manager, Recruitment & Retention Services, Center for Clinical and Translational Science

Kathy Wright, PhD, APRN-CNS
Assistant Professor, College of Nursing

Scott M. Hayes, PhD
Associate Professor, Department of Psychology

Kathy Tutt
Family & Consumer Sciences Educator, OSU Extension, Clark County

POSTER SESSION
3:00PM-5:30PM
Ideation Zone

AWARDS & CLOSING REMARKS
5:30PM-6:00PM
Ideation Zone

Download our full abstract booklet

POSTER # TIME TITLE FIRST LAST LEVEL MENTOR
1 3:00PM Wearable Technology for Understanding Kinematics Recovery after Concussion Ian Anderson Undergraduate Student Asimina Kiourti
2 4:15PM Effect on Platelet Function of Von Willebrand Factor Inhibition by DTRI-031 and Targeted Reversal by DTRI-025 in Canine Circulation Arianna Carfora Undergraduate Student Shahid Nimjee
3 3:00PM Daily Cognitive Activities and Post-Concussion Symptoms among Children with Concussion Nikhil Desai Undergraduate Student Jingzhen (Ginger) Yang
4 4:15PM VWF inhibition by an RNA aptamer (DTRI-031) in combination with rTPA increases thrombolytic efficacy compared to rTPA or aspirin in mouse, canine, and human blood Aarushi Kini Undergraduate Student Shahid Nimjee
5 3:00PM Quantifying Cognitive Workload in Children with Concussions using a Commercial EEG Headset Sarah Madigan Undergraduate Student Asimina Kiourti
6 4:15PM Caloric Restriction has Differential Effects on Risky Decision Making, Impulsivity, and Motivation after Brain Injury Jenna McCloskey Undergraduate Student Cole Vonder Haar / Kris Martens
7 3:00PM The impact of exercise intensity on executive function performance Michael Melville Undergraduate Student Scott Hayes
8 3:00PM Adeno-associated viral vectors efficiently edit gene expression in vivo. Hannah Qin Undergraduate Student Andrea Tedeschi
9 4:15PM Overcoming motivational barriers during rehabilitative training promotes recovery after spinal cord injury Haven Rodocker Undergraduate Student Andrea Tedeschi
10 4:15PM The Cognitive and Inflammatory Effects of Juvenile Traumatic Brain Injury in a Rodent Model Brooke Schatz Undergraduate Student Kathryn Lenz
11 3:00PM Exploring the Association between Substance Abuse Treatment Facilities and Alzheimer's and Related Dementia (ADRD) Detection in Rural Ohio Tiana Stussie Undergraduate Student Jeffrey Wing
12 4:15PM The Experience of Caregiving for Family Members Experiencing Cognitive Dysfunction and Recovery after an ICU Stay Maria Weibel Undergraduate Student Judith Tate
13 3:00PM Effects of early life traumatic brain injury in male and female rats on gliosis and juvenile social play behavior Michaela Breach Graduate Student Kathryn Lenz
14 4:15PM Repetitive Traumatic Brain Injury Leads to Persistent Behavioral Deficits and Transcriptional changes in a Mouse Model of Alzheimer's Disease. Christopher Cotter Graduate Student Olga Kokiko-Cochran
15 3:00PM Sensorimotor Processing Following Participation in Youth Tackle Football Gregory Edwards Graduate Student Jaclyn Caccese
16 4:15PM The selectivity and development of the visual word form area and longitudinal development of the frontotemporal language network in pre-readers and beginning readers Kelly Hiersche Graduate Student Zeynep Saygin
17 3:00PM Sleep Fragmentation Following Traumatic Brain Injury Induces Sub-Acute Behavioral Deficits and Transcriptional Changes at Chronic Time Points Sam Houle Graduate Student Olga Kokiko-Cochran
18 4:15PM Increased CSF amyloid levels following TBI are associated with confrontation naming performance Erica Howard Graduate Student Jasmeet Hayes
19 3:00PM Inflammatory biomarkers link perceived stress with metabolic dysregulation Savana Jurgens Graduate Student Jasmeet Hayes
20 4:15PM Frontoparietal Gray Matter Predicts Executive Function Performance in Aging and Mild Cognitive Impairment Ann (Annie) Lee Graduate Student Scott Hayes
21 3:00PM Traumatic Brain Injury and Genetic Risk for Alzheimer's Disease Influence β-Amyloid Levels Jena Moody Graduate Student Jasmeet Hayes
22 4:15PM Short-term consumption of a high-fat diet makes post- operative cognitive dysfunction persistent in aged male rats Stephanie Muscat Graduate Student Ruth Barrientos
23 3:00PM Traumatic Brain Injury Induced Chronic Inflammation and Cognitive Impairment is Attenuated by Inhibition of the type 1 Interferon pathway Jonathan Packer Graduate Student Jonathan Godbout
24 4:15PM Antibiotic Cocktail Prior to Traumatic Brain Injury Does Not Increase Psychiatric Impairments in Rats Kristen Pechacek Graduate Student Cole Vonder Haar
25 3:00PM Examining Relationships between Perceived Discrimination, Metabolic Syndrome, and Cognition Sarah Prieto Graduate Student Jasmeet Hayes
26 4:15PM Relation between smoking status and subjective cognitive decline in middle age and older adults: A cross-sectional analysis of 2019 BRFSS data Jenna Rajczyk Graduate Student Jeffrey Wing
27 3:00PM Location of Impacts Affects Head Impact Magnitude in Youth Tackle Football Carly Smith Graduate Student Jaclyn Caccese
28 4:15PM Partial least squares regression analysis of Alzheimer's disease biomarkers, modifiable health variables, and longitudinal cognition in older adults with Mild Cognitive Impairment Jessica Stark Graduate Student Scott Hayes
29 3:00PM Exploring Associations between Cognitive Reserve, Physical Fitness, and Cognition in Black/African American Older Adults Matthew Stauder Graduate Student Scott Hayes
30 4:15PM REM Sleep Disruption Compromises Hippocampal Function and Stress Circuitry after Traumatic Brain Injury Zoe Tapp Graduate Student Olga Kokiko-Cochran / Jon Godbout
31 3:00PM Galantamine Treatment Does Not Improve Liver Pathology and Worsens Intraspinal Inflammation after SCI. Yonaida Valentine Graduate Student Phillip Popovich / Dana McTigue
32 4:15PM Magnetic Mapping of Iron using Magnetic Force Microscopy Kevin Walsh Graduate Student Gunjan Agarwal
33 3:00PM Traumatic brain injury increases impulsivity and decreases optimal decision-making in male and female rats Sarah Wampler Graduate Student Cole Vonder Haar
34 4:15PM Amplified Gliosis and Interferon-Associated Inflammation in Aged Mice Following Traumatic Brain Injury Lynde Wangler Graduate Student Jonathan Godbout
35 3:00PM Measuring Cognitive Activity Workload in Children with Concussion Using a Non-Contact MagnetoCardioGraphy (MCG) Wearable Sensor Keren Zhu Graduate Student Asimina Kiourti
36 4:15PM Increased Periaqueductal Gray Activation and Pain Unpleasantness in People with Alzheimer's Disease Alison Anderson Postdoctoral Researcher Karen Rose
37 3:00PM Assessing Stroke-Induced Neuromuscular Decline in the Context of Aging Maria Balch Postdoctoral Researcher W. David Arnold
38 4:15PM Divergent Responses to CNS Injury: Region-Specific and Sex-Specific Microglia Transcriptional Phenotypes Faith Brennan Research Scientist Phillip Popovich / Dana McTigue
39 3:00PM High fat diet increases CNS T cell populations in aged male rats Michael Butler Postdoctoral Researcher Ruth Barrientos
40 3:00PM Lateral fluid percussion injury causes sex-specific deficits in anterograde but not retrograde memory Julie Fitzgerald Research Staff Olga Kokiko-Cochran
41 3:00PM Exercise-induced alterations in neural BOLD signal Chloe Huston Research Staff Scott Hayes
42 4:15PM BAG3 attenuates tau hyperphosphorylation and gliosis induced by traumatic brain injury Cody Morrison Research Scientist Harry Fu
43 3:00PM Inflammatory Biomarker S100B Predicts Conversion to Mild Cognitive Impairment & Alzheimer's Disease Two Years Later Abigail Shell Research Staff Jasmeet Hayes
44 4:15PM Neural implications of the first season of tackle football Patricia Stefancin Research Staff Zeynep Saygin
45 3:00PM Towards understanding the assembly of cortical
microcircuits
Tarun Kaniganti Postdoctoral
Researcher
Hiroki Taniguchi

REGISTER TO ATTEND (in-person) by March 1, 2022

REGISTER TO ATTEND (virtually) by March 9, 2022

SUBMIT ABSTRACTS by February 1, 2022

DISCLOSURE STATEMENT

At the conclusion of this event, learners will be able to:

  • Describe the prevalence and incidence of chronic brain injury in the general population and in at-risk groups
  • List 3 approaches for treating brain injury as a chronic condition
  • List 3 types of persistent symptoms following concussion
  • Describe mechanisms of neural regeneration following injury
  • List 3 academic and community partners in the area providing services to brain injury survivors

ACCREDITATION STATEMENT

The Ohio State University Center for Continuing Medical Education (CCME) is accredited by the Accreditation Council for Continuing Medical Education (ACCME®) to provide continuing medical education for physicians.

AMA DESIGNATION STATEMENT

The Ohio State University Center for Continuing Medical Education (CCME) designates this live activity for a maximum of 4.25 AMA PRA Category 1 Credit(s) ™. Physicians should claim only the credit commensurate with the extent of their participation in the activity.