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14th Annual Undergraduate Science Symposium

  • Students and Projects
    Students and Projects
    Christina Araj '10. Effects of Resveratrol on Endothelial Nitric Oxide Synthase (eNOS) Phosphorylation and Interaction with Regulatory Proteins. Advisor: M. Brennan Harris.
  • Students and Projects
    Students and Projects
    Blair Ashley '08. Hyperhomocysteinemia Impairs Agonist-Induced eNOS Phosphorylation on S1179. Advisor: Robin Looft-Wilson.
  • Students and Projects
    Students and Projects
    Austin Bridgforth '10, Whitney Cross '07, Mackenzie Roby '08. Myocardial Sirt-1 Expression Following Endurance and Resistance Exercise Training in Young and Old Rats. Advisors: M. Brennan Harris and Michael R. Deschenes.
  • Students and Projects
    Students and Projects
    Ashley Perry '08, Danielle Neal '09, Alison Higinbotham '08, and Gina Harrison '08. Gait Mechanics in the Elderly: Walking Poles versus Walkers. Advisor: Ray McCoy and Bob Kohl.
  • Students and Projects
    Students and Projects
    Mackenzie Roby '08 and Margaret Eason '07. Neuromuscular Junctions are more Sensitive to Onset of Aging than Myofibers. Advisor: Michael R. Deschenes.
  • Students and Projects
    Students and Projects
    Madeline Wolfert '08 and Lindsay Ambrecht '07. Connexin Protein Expression During Early Ischemic Remodeling with Femoral Artery Ligation. Advisor: Robin Looft-Wilson.

14th Annual Undergraduate Science SymposiumNine kinesiology students presented their research at the 14th Annual Undergraduate Science Research Symposium on February 22nd in the University Center. Many of these students participated in the symposium to prepare for presentation of their work at national conferences later in the Spring. Flip through the images above to see the participants and the work they presented.