2019 Undergraduate Research Conference

Monday, April 15th, 2019

Great job to our undergraduate research assistants who presented at the Purdue Undergraduate Research Conference last week! Read their abstracts here. They all worked hard and came up with beautiful, informative posters.

Megan Riley and her graduate mentor, Megan LaFollette. Megan Riley presented on Compassion Fatigue in Laboratory Animal Personnel.
Megan Riley and her graduate mentor, Megan LaFollette. Megan Riley presented on Compassion Fatigue in Laboratory Animal Personnel.
Beenah Shokouhzadeh and her graduate mentor, Megan LaFollette. Beenah presented on how adult breeder rats respond to tickling by measuring their ultrasonic vocalizations.
Beenah Shokouhzadeh and her graduate mentor, Megan LaFollette. Beenah presented on how adult breeder rats respond to tickling by measuring their ultrasonic vocalizations.
Nicole Brockway  and her graduate mentors, Megan LaFollette & Amanda Barabas. Nicole presented on laboratory animal personnel beliefs about rat tickling.
Nicole Brockway and her graduate mentors, Megan LaFollette & Amanda Barabas. Nicole presented on laboratory animal personnel beliefs about rat tickling.
Haley Davis & William Maniscalco with their graduate mentor Lindsey Robbins. They presented on grinding behavior in mice.
Haley Davis & William Maniscalco with their graduate mentor Lindsey Robbins. They presented on grinding behavior in mice.

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