Dominique Eghlidi Receives First Place in Basic Science at The Healthy Aging Alliance Conference

10/16/12  Portland, Ore.

We are pleased to announce that Behavioral Neuroscience graduate student, Dominique Eghlidi, received first place for her poster in the basic science section of the Healthy Aging Alliance's Annual Conference held on Wednesday, October 10th, 2012 at the Portland Art Museum. Dominique's poster title was, "Influence of 17beta-estradiol on estrogen receptor expression and performance during a spatial delayed-recognition task in aged female rhesus macaques".

Congratulations Dominique!