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Basic Science

These studies provide general knowledge and the means of answering many important practical problems.

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Cranial manipulation affects neuronal gene expression, explaining the improved cognitive ability in an animal model of age-related cognitive decline

PI: Ramu Anandakrishnan, PhD
Poster #: C74

Hand model utility for osteopathic pelvic diagnosis in a remote learning setting

PI: Brandon Jared Burg, OMS III, AMS
Poster #: C60

Brain and skull interactions in Polish crested chickens as a model for hydrocephalus

PI: Scott Matthew Landman, OMS II
Poster #: C52

Quantitative assessment of human perivascular adipocyte tissue phenotype

PI: Cathleen Huang, OMS III
Poster #: B49

Mutation of polycystin in ADPKD is implicated in aberrant skeletal muscle phenotype in zebrafish

PI: Alissa Francis Schurr, OMS III, AMS
Poster #: B45


Heat shock protein regulation of intestinal glucose transport: mechanism to prevent obesity

PI: Nicole Eck, OMS II
Poster #: C44

Sequence and structural analysis of kinases in the mTOR pathway to evaluate their function involved in SARS-CoV-2 replication

PI: Taylor Barr, OMS II
Poster #: B37

Does chronic stress affect fertility and survival rate among laboratory mice and their offspring?

PI: Lindsey Leggett, OMS III
Poster #: C33

Investigation of intensity dependent transcranial direct current stimulation (tDCS) used in the therapy for cerebellar ataxia: an in vivo approach

PI: Prakshal Jain, OMS II
Poster #: B30

Implications and significance of mercury in rice

PI: Tracee Guthrie, OMS I
Poster #: H24

α9α10 Nicotinic Acetylcholine Receptor Function in Migraine-Related Pain

PI: Mehul M Shah, OMS IV
Poster #: B7

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