The poster sessions have proven to be a very successful venue at the Great Lakes Glia meeting. These sessions provide a unique opportunity for students, postdoctoral fellows and faculty to meet and discuss their research at length with senior scientists, many of whom serve on study sections. You can use posters from previous meetings, or you can get your Society for Neuroscience poster whipped into shape early.
Abstracts will be published and distributed along with the final schedule at the time of the meeting. Abstracts will be incorporated into the website. Everyone (faculty, postdoctoral fellows, graduate students and staff) is invited to submit an abstract. The deadline for abstract submission is September 15. This will give us time to collate and send off to the printers.
CLICK HERE for details on preparing your abstract and poster.
Dr. Robert Skoff of Wayne State University will be in charge of posters. Please submit your poster abstracts to:
– Denise Bessert (firstname.lastname@example.org)
– Bob Skoff (email@example.com), AND
We will again provide awards for “best posters” – one for graduate students and another for postgraduate fellows with prizes. If you win, we encourage you to include the recognition on your curriculum vita.
We encourage you to hang your poster up on Sunday afternoon, if you wish, and to leave it on display through Tuesday morning
CLICK HERE for the Great Lakes Glia 2022 Program book.
CONFERENCE UPDATE – Our 2022 Poster Awardees
Postdoctoral Researcher – Dr. Jacques Gonzales (Michigan State University)
Early life adversity feminizes the molecular architecture of enteric glia
Graduate Researcher – Elizabeth Dustin (Virginia Commonwealth University)
The Role of Sulfatide in Oligodendrocytes
Graduate Researcher – Ilana Deyneko (Albert Einstein College of Medicine)
ANKS1B encoded AIDA-1 regulates oligodendrocyte function and myelination through interaction with Rac1 GTPase