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Holly Robinson's review in Learning & Memory got the cover on the September 2019 issue.  Holly is a member of the Pozzo-Miller Lab in the Department of Neurobiology.  Review

SPIN 2019  

We are very proud of all the 2019 SPIN students for their successful completion of the program. 

Top row, from left:

Vicky Yanouskiy (Georgetown University) worked in the lab of Dr. Rita Cowell; Rosaria Rae (North Central College) worked in the lab of Dr. Michelle Gray; Tori King (University of Alabama at Tuscaloosa) worked in the lab of Dr. Qin Wang; Miguel Duran (Troy University) worked in the lab of Dr. James Meador-Woodruff; Katherine English (University of Evansville) worked in the lab of Dr. John Shacka

Bottom row, from left:

Janna Jernigan (University of Georgia) worked in the lab of Dr. Linda Wadiche; Natalie Remiszewski (Bay Path University) worked in the lab of Dr. Rosalind Roberts; Hannah Martin (Agnes Scott College) worked in the lab of Dr. Lucas Pozzo-Miller; Angela Barattini (University of Louisiana at Lafayette) worked in the lab of Dr. Laura Volpicelli-Daly; Emily Parrish (La Salle University) worked in the lab of Dr. Farah Lubin


Vicky Yanouskiy, one of the ten undergraduate students participating in this year’s NSF-funded Summer Program in Neurobiology, earned 2nd place in the "Biology and Life Sciences” poster presentations at the UAB EXPO this week. Vicky is spending her summer working in the lab of Dr. Rita Cowell under the tutelage of graduate student Stephanie Boas, also author of the award-winning poster. Congrats to all!

The Summer Expo showcases the research and service learning work produced by UAB undergraduates and other students in UAB summer research programs, summer REU programs, and other summer opportunities.  For a complete list of winners see Expo Winners.

Linda Overstreet-Wadiche, associate professor in the Department of Neurobiology, has been named a Reviewing Editor for the Journal of Neuroscience. She will serve a three-year term beginning this month. The Journal of Neuroscience is the largest weekly journal dedicated to neuroscience research and the official journal of the Society for Neuroscience, an international organization of over 40,000 members. Overstreet-Wadiche previously served two terms as an Associate Editor, from 2010-2016.


Dr. Farah Lubin was recently published in Science Signaling for her work on memory formation.  For the complete article, visit NEAT1