Melanie Pina Receives Pavlovian Society Student Poster Award

09/22/14  Portland, Ore.

We are pleased to announce that Behavioral Neuroscience Ph.D. Candidate, Melanie Pina, was selected for the 2014 Student Poster Award at this year's annual meeting of the Pavlovian Society in Seattle on Saturday, September 20, 2014. Melanie's poster title was "Chemogenetic inactivation of the bed nucleus of the stria terminalis disrupts ethanol conditioned place preference".

From the Pavlovian Society's website: The Student Poster Award (established in 2007) recognizes the best poster presented at the Annual Meeting of the Pavlovian Society by a student who has not yet obtained a Ph.D. at the time of abstract submission. Posters (and their presenters) are judged by the quality of the presentation, thoughtfulness, originality, and creativity of their work. The award is intended to stimulate continued participation in the Society's meetings.


Congratulations Melanie!