SCRR Trainee Hannah Radabaugh Takes First Place for mGluRs Symposium Presentation

Undergraduate Neuroscience student Hannah Radabaugh was awarded 1st place for oral presentation and 1st place for overall presentation at the Seventh Annual Midwest/Great Lakes Undergraduate Research Symposium (mGluRs) in Neuroscience, hosted by Ohio State University on October 3, 2015. Hannah presented her work on environmental enrichment as a preclinical model of neurorehabilitation. Hannah is training under the mentorship of Associate Safar Center Director Dr. Anthony E. Kline, Associate Professor of Physical Medical & Rehabilitation.  Hannah also recently took her MCAT and performed brilliantly. While still a couple of years from medical or graduate programs, she is preparing for both routes.