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Thanks to the efforts of Dr. Elizabeth Hogan, Sarah Hayes, and the rest of the UB Neuroscience graduate students that volunteered their time, this year’s Brain Bee was again a great experience for all involved and another success!

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It was led by Elizabeth Hogan, PhD, associate professor ofbiology at Canisius College, with UB neuroscience graduate studentSarah Hayes and others assisting the effort.

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It was led by Elizabeth Hogan, PhD, associate professor ofbiology at Canisius College, with UB neuroscience graduate studentSarah Hayes and others assisting the effort.

Awards vary each year but may include travel and outstandingthesis awards for doctoral students in the UB NeuroscienceProgram.
The event was held on November 14th in 280 Park Hall, at the University at Buffalo North Campus. The panelists included Joseph Boomer (Psychology PhD student), Tom Covey (Neuroscience PhD Student), Lara Duffney (Neuroscience PhD Student), Sarah Long (Psychology MA Student), Naomi McKay (Psychology PhD Student), and Daniel Stolzberg (Neuroscience PhD Student). The discussion was moderated by Claire Modica (Neuroscience PhD Student). It was co-sponsored by the UB Neuroscience Program, the Psychology, Biochemistry, and Pharmacology & Toxicology GSAs, the UB Society for Feminism, and the UB Graduate Student Association.Thanks to the efforts of Dr. Elizabeth Hogan, Sarah Hayes, and the rest of the UB Neuroscience graduate students that volunteered their time, this year’s Brain Bee was again a great experience for all involved and another success!The Brain Bee competition itself took place on Saturday, February 25th, 2012, at 10am. Eight high school students competed. Four judges, Tadeusz Kaczynski, Lara Duffney, Jay Garaycochea, and Claire Modica, all graduate students in the UB Neuroscience Program, assisted in the event.In addition to Hayes, four other UB neuroscience graduatestudents—Katelyn Carr, Jason Kushner, John Fleites and GingerLasky—conducted a review session for competitors before theBrain Bee., President
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Panelists include graduate students from the UB Neuroscience Ph.D Program, medical students at UB, and undergraduate students from Canisius College.

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The Brain Bee competition itself took place on Saturday, February 25th, 2012, at 10am. Eight high school students competed. Four judges, Tadeusz Kaczynski, Lara Duffney, Jay Garaycochea, and Claire Modica, all graduate students in the UB Neuroscience Program, assisted in the event.

Sim, PhD, assistant professor of pharmacology and toxicology and a faculty member in the UB Neuroscience Program.

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The event was held on November 14th in 280 Park Hall, at the University at Buffalo North Campus. The panelists included Joseph Boomer (Psychology PhD student), Tom Covey (Neuroscience PhD Student), Lara Duffney (Neuroscience PhD Student), Sarah Long (Psychology MA Student), Naomi McKay (Psychology PhD Student), and Daniel Stolzberg (Neuroscience PhD Student). The discussion was moderated by Claire Modica (Neuroscience PhD Student). It was co-sponsored by the UB Neuroscience Program, the Psychology, Biochemistry, and Pharmacology & Toxicology GSAs, the UB Society for Feminism, and the UB Graduate Student Association.

Awards vary each year but may include travel and outstanding thesis awards for doctoral students in the UB Neuroscience Program

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In addition to Hayes, four other UB neuroscience graduatestudents—Katelyn Carr, Jason Kushner, John Fleites and GingerLasky—conducted a review session for competitors before theBrain Bee.