Fox New’s Beth Galvin conducted an interview with Dr. Marise Parent concerning the effects of the consumption of sugar. You can find details to this interview at http://www.fox5atlanta.com/health/fox-medical-team/256216486-story.
We would like to congratulate Janavi Ramesh for being a recipient of the GSU S-Stem Scholar for the 2017-2018 school year. She has also been selected to be a 2017 B&B Summer Scholar. We would like to congratulate Nicolette Barnett for being selected as a 2017 IMSD Fellow.
Tristan Horrom from the VA Research Communications wrote an article about the effects of inflammatory pain on hippocampal memory and function. He highlighted many studies done by our lab’s finest, Dr. Parent, Reilly Hannapel, and Dr. Yoko Henderson. You can check out his article at https://www.research.va.gov/currents/0617-early-life-pain-may-contribute-to-obesity.cfm.
Lexi Faulkner spent a year and half working the Parent lab before graduating in Spring 2015. She excelled in her time here, and has been accepted in the prestigious University of Michigan Neuroscience Program. Her current research directions focus of epilepsy and the comorbidity between epilepsy and autism. We look forward to seeing great things from […]
The Neuroscience Institute Student Highlight features Reilly Hannapel. Read more about Reilly and his work here.
Dr. Parent named Faculty of the Year by the Georgia University Undergraduate Student Newspaper, The Signal. Read about it here.
Dr. Parent received a Special Visiting Scientist Award from the Government of Brazil Science Without Frontiers Program. Learn more about the program at http://cienciasemfronteiras.gov.br/web/csf-eng/faq While in Brazil Dr. Parent gave lectures on her research, served as an external examiner for a doctoral exam, met with many trainees and professors, and attended lab meetings and classes. […]
Dr. Parent was awarded the Georgia State University Undergraduate Research Conference (GSURC) Faculty Award For Undergraduate Research and provided the keynote address for the 2014 GSURC meeting. Read more about the award HERE and view the keynote address below:
2nd year graduate student Reilly Hannapel was awarded a Georgia State University Second Century Initiative Graduate Fellowship through the Center for Obesity Reversal.
Dr. Parent taught about Behavioral Methods to Study Brain and Memory and presented a research seminar at the Society for Neuroscience Latin American Training Program in Queretaro, Mexico