CBI Research Day

On March 28, 2019, CBI will host the inaugural CBI Research Day. This event is an opportunity to interact with colleagues, share your work, and learn about exciting opportunities and resources. We invite all Ohio State faculty, staff, and students to attend - register at the link below by March 21, 2019. Please note: abstract submission has ended.

Activities & Agenda

March 28, 2019 | 8:30AM-4:00PM
Biomedical Research Tower Lobby & Room 115

Breakfast & Registration
8:30AM-9:15AM

Poster Session A
9:15AM-10:00AM

Welcome & Opening Remarks
10:00AM-10:15AM

Research Talks
10:15AM-11:45AM

Aptamer Inhibition of von Willebrand Factor: from Mice to Men
Shahid Nimjee, MD, PhD | Assistant Professor | Neurological Surgery

Driving Performance After Mild Traumatic Brain Injury among Teen Drivers
Ginger Yang, PhD | Associate Professor | Pediatrics, Nationwide Children's Hospital

Harnessing CST Structural and Functional Reorganization Through Gabapentinoids Administration Aids Functional Recovery After CNS trauma
Andrea Tedeschi, PhD | Assistant Professor | Neuroscience

Guest Speaker: Mark Burns, PhD (Associate Professor of Neuroscience, Georgetown University)
12:00PM-1:00PM

The Brain Adaptations Driving Behavioral Abnormalities after Repetitive Head Impact

An athletic career filled with head impacts predisposes athletes to chronic traumatic encephalopathy (CTE), a neurodegenerative disease characterized by behavioral deficits, cognitive impairment, and p-tau pathology in the sulcal depths where the brain is most susceptible to stress and strain. A burning question in the CTE field is to the role of p-tau in behavioral impairments: is it causative, downstream, or incidental?

This talk will explore the physiological changes that occur in the brain after HF-HI. Based on RNA sequencing, behavioral changes, electrophysiological analysis, calcium imaging, and pharmacological intervention, an alternative hypothesis for behavioral abnormalities after head impact will be proposed.

Lightning Talks
1:15PM-1:55PM

The Idol-ApoE receptor pathway in Alzheimer's disease
Jie Gao, PhD | Assistant Professor | Neuroscience

Wireless, Batteryless Brain Implants
Katrina Guido | Graduate Student | Electrical & Computer Engineering

Developmental changes in connectivity between the amygdala subnuclei and ventral visual cortex
Heather Hansen | Graduate Student | Psychology

Examining the relationship between episodic memory, the brain, and cardiorespiratory fitness in aging
Scott M. Hayes, PhD | Assistant Professor | Psychology

New frontiers in neuroimaging
Yune S. Lee, PhD | Assistant Professor | Speech & Hearing Sciences

Microglia are Extrinsically Primed by the Aged Microenvironment
Shane O'Neil | Graduate Student | Neuroscience

Feedback Control for Mental Health
Kevin Passino, PhD | Professor | Electrical & Computer Engineering

Restricted diffusion imaging : a novel algorithm to study brain micro-structural changes
Francesco Sammartino, MD | Postdoctoral Researcher | Neurological Surgery

Chronic Sleep Fragmentation after TBI Prolongs Inflammation and Contributes to Altered Behavior
Zoe Tapp | Graduate Student | Neuroscience

Neurometabolic vulnerability to cerebral ischemia after traumatic brain injury
Zachary Weil, PhD | Assistant Professor | Neuroscience

Breakout Session: Research Resource Showcase
2:00PM-2:45PM

Finding Funding & Strategic Proposal Development
Jeff Agnoli - Office of Research, Proposal Development Office

Neuroscience Core Services
Tony Brown - Neuroscience Core, Dept. of Neuroscience

Resources for Postdocs
Marcela Hernandez - Office of Postdoctoral Affairs

Raising the Visibility of Your Science
Jay Hansen - University Marketing

Poster Session B
2:45PM-3:30PM

Closing Remarks and Awards
3:30PM-4:00PM

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