Learn about upcoming events and recent news from Saint Louis University's Institute for Translational Neuroscience.
Saint Louis University Launches New Institute to Advance Neuroscience Research
- Dr. Gina Yosten, associate professor of pharmacology and physiology, has been appointed for a second 3-year term as editor-in-chief of the American Journal of Physiology (Regulatory, Integrative and Comparative Physiology).
- The American Physiology Society honored Dr. Gina Yosten, associate professor of pharmacology and physiology, by selection for the 2023 Henry Pickering Bowditch Award Lecture. The awardee is chosen annually by a select committee as the most outstanding research contributor in the society under the age of 42. Dr. Yosten's lecture was presented online Tuesday, March 7. Congratulations Dr. Yosten!
Did you catch our February Neurotransmitter? If you missed it, here it is again: February Neurotransmitter
Our very own Dr. Daniela Salvemini, Dr. Susan Farr & Dr. Silvia Squillace recently participated at The Winter Conference on Brain Research 2023 in Utah! Dr. Squillace presented a poster on A3AR agonists in cancer-related cognitive impairment.
The Institute for Translational Neuroscience invites you to their Inaugural Research
Friday, November 3, 2023! Please mark your calendar. More details to follow soon!
This newsletter will keep everyone updated with all the current events, funding opportunities and other crucial information with our collaborators! Here is the link to see it: January 2023 Neurotransmitter
In December we celebrated Dr. Terry Egan, Ph.D. He was recognized and toasted to kick off his retirement after 30 years at SLU. Enjoy your next chapter! You will be missed around here. We cannot wait to hear of your new adventures!
- Congrats to Rachel Schafer, Ph.D. Candidate for winning the 2022 Westfall Graduate Fellowship Award