15th Annual Undergraduate Science Research Symposium
Students and ProjectsJennifer McFaden, Christina Araj, Margaret Richards, and M. Brennan Harris. Vascular Reactivity in Femoral Arteries of Aged Rats Following Resistance Exercise Training. Advisor: M. Brennan Harris.
Students and ProjectsMargaret Richards, Christina Araj, and M. Brennan Harris. Body Composition Changes Following Eight Weeks of Resistance Exercise Training in Rats. Advisor: M. Brennan Harris.
Students and ProjectsKyle Horst, M. Austin Bridgforth, Christopher Wilson, and M. Brennan Harris. Protein Interactions with cdc37 in Agonist Stimulated Bovine Aortic Endothelial Cells. Advisor: M. Brennan Harris.
Students and ProjectsEmily Glass, Elizabeth Grace Sherman, and Michael Deschenes. Effect of Pre-Habilitative Conditioning on Aged Muscles. Advisor: Michael Deschenes.
Students and ProjectsElizabeth Grace Sherman, Emily Glass, and Michael Deschenes. Efficacy of Pre-habilitation in Managing the Deleterious Effects of Disuse on Neuromuscular Junctions. Advisor: Michael Deschenes.
Students and ProjectsKristen Berberich, Janelle Billig, Robin Looft-Wilson. Effect of Shear Stress on Connexin43 (Cx43) Protein Expression in Cultured Arteries. Advisor: Robin Looft-Wilson.
Students and ProjectsKevin Mutch. Interhemispheric Interaction in Simple and Complex Tasks. Advisor: Robert Kohl.
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by Department of Kinesiology
March 3, 2009
Nine Kinesiology students presented their research at the 14th Annual Undergraduate Science 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.
This year's symposium included scientific research from Applied Science, Biology, Chemistry, Environmental Science, Geology, Kinesiology, Neuroscience, Physics and Psychology. Kinesiology majors represented 13.5% of the presentations with 8 of the 59 posters presented.