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.