SBU Virtual Postdoc Spotlight 2021
SBU Virtual Postdoc Spotlight is an online celebration of the research performed by Stony Brook's postdoctoral scholars.
Date: Thursday, February 25, 2021
Time: 4:00 pm-5:15pm
This event is free and open to the public.
Awards are generously sponsored by the Office of the Vice President of Research.
Congratulations to our Spotlight Winners!
|4:00pm-4:05pm||Welcome & Overview|
|Eric Wertheimer, Dean of the Graduate School
Kathleen Flint Ehm, Assistant Dean, Graduate and Postdoctoral Initiatives
|4:05pm-4:55pm||Spotlight Presentations (in order of presentation)
|Laurel Yohe, Ecology and Evolution
How Dinosaur Brains and Bat Noses Can Save the World
|Kristian Hajny, School of Marine and Atmospheric Sciences
Understanding New York City CO2 From Above
|Olivia Swanson, Neurobiology and Behavior
The Science of Feeling Full
|Evgeny Amelchenko, Anesthesiology
The Good, The Bad and The Ugly: Mice living in an interesting or a boring cage differ in aggressiveness
|Jonas Nascimento Conde, Microbiology and Immunology
Why Don’t You Bleed to Death When You Get COVID-19?
|Neetika Jaisinghani, Pharmacology
Decoding the Exterior of a Deadly Bug
|Rebecca Adikes, Biochemistry and Cell Biology
Migration & Division: A Cells Balancing Act
|Kim Berghaus, Yang Institute for Theoretical Physics
Making Light of Dark Energy
|Ethan Cline, Physics and Astronomy
How Big is the Proton?
|4:55pm (approx)||Winners Announced & Award Presentation|